Fedora 36 After Install Guide

This getting started guide will help quickly set up Fedora 36 after a fresh install. This guide is my personal cheat sheet that has been revised through several iterations of Fedora releases. The instructions here may seem familiar for those that referenced the Fedora 35 Guide. Most instructions remain identical to past versions. I personally test … Read more

Why Fedora?

I have distrohopped for a long time. Its likely the basic state of most Linux users. We’re all chasing that perfect distro. That distro that runs just a little smoother, that has a prettier command line, better effects, that’s freer than free, and so on.

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Best of Linux Note Taking

I’ve been a big fan of Google Keep ever since it came out.  It easily syncs notes across my devices and its free.  But there’s no native Linux client nor is it open source.  The apps I’m listing meet my basic criteria: Linux compatible, syncs to Android, free (at least for the basic version), and ideally open source

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Linux Uptime

Linux rarely needs a reboot.  With more recent kernels, it doesn’t really need to reboot at all.  Since I’ve been studying for my CompTIA A+ exam, I’ve left a lot of material open and handy.  I lost track of how long my desktop had been running so I ran a simple terminal command “uptime” to … Read more

Getting Started With Fedora 20

This is my compiled list of commands to get a new Fedora installation working to my requirements.  This list will get you going with a some useful applications and the necessary codecs for watching and listening to media. This guide is made for Fedora 20 aka Heisenbug 64 bit.  Most of these instructions will carry … Read more

Linux Sync Services

I love syncing data.  I really do.  Its simplified life from copying files to a flash drive to move from one computer to another.  And then when I adopted my first smartphones (Palm Centro, Palm Pre) it was a hassle carrying data with me.  I would take a picture and then need a data cable … Read more