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Fedora 20 Codenamed “Heisenbug” Released – Installation Guide with Screenshots

Fedora 20 Codenamed “Heisenbug” Released – Installation Guide with Screenshots
Fedora 20, code-named “Heisenbug” was released on 17, December 2013 developed by global community members and sponsored by Red Hat Inc. Fedora 20 “Heisenbug” release is dedicates to Seth Vidal, who passed away this year in road accident. He was a lead developer of Yum and the Fedora update repository system. We, as a team (Tecmint.com) share deepest condolences and grief on this moment, may the God bless him the peace in heaven....
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Fedora 20 (Heisenbug) Released – Download DVD ISO Images

Fedora 20 (Heisenbug) Released – Download DVD ISO Images
On 17th December 2013, The Fedora Project team officially announced the release of Fedora 20 codenamed “Heisenbug” and made available for both 32-bit or 64-bit architectures. Fedora 20 Desktop Sadly, this 20th release of Fedora is dedicated to Mr. Seth Vidal, a developer who passed away in a road accident this year. On July 8th 2013, The Fedora Project team lost Mr. Seth Vidal, a brilliant and was a lead contributor to Yum and Fedora update...
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Upgrade Fedora 18 to 19 Using FedUp (FEDora UPgrader) Tool

Upgrade Fedora 18 to 19 Using FedUp (FEDora UPgrader) Tool
This post guide us simple steps to upgrade from Fedora Linux 18 to Fedora Linux 19 with the help of Fedora Updater (FedUp). FedUp tool is made available since Fedora 18 and it is the only recommended way to upgrade your system. Make sure FedUp package is installed on system before heading up for up-gradation. We have tested in our test lab which has been upgrade without any hiccups. The commands in this guide have been executed with super user so...
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Fedora 19 ‘Schrödinger’s Cat’ Released – Installation Guide with Screenshots

Fedora 19 ‘Schrödinger’s Cat’ Released – Installation Guide with Screenshots
Fedora project announced released of 19th version of its Linux distribution “Fedora 19″ code name ‘Schrödinger’s Cat’ on July 02 2013 with GNOME 3.8. In this release “Initial Setup” has been included which was supposed to included in Fedora 18 releases. In “Initial Setup” user will be select Language, keyboard layout, add cloud services etc. Also new user can be created if no user created during...
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20 Practical Examples of RPM Commands in Linux

20 Practical Examples of RPM Commands in Linux
RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) is an default open source and most popular package management utility for Red Hat based systems like (RHEL, CentOS and Fedora). The tool allows system administrators and users to install, update, uninstall, query, verify and manage system software packages in Unix/Linux operating systems. The RPM formerly known as .rpm file, that includes compiled software programs and libraries needed by the packages. This utility only...

12 TOP Command Examples in Linux

12 TOP Command Examples in Linux
This is the part of our on-going series of commands in Linux. We have covered basic ls command and cat command. In this article, we are trying to explore top command which is one of the most frequently used commands in our daily system administrative jobs. top command displays processor activity of your Linux box and also displays tasks managed by kernel in real-time. It’ll show processor and memory are being used and other information like...

How to Install Varnish Cache (Web Accelerator) in RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and Ubuntu/Debian

How to Install Varnish Cache (Web Accelerator) in RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and Ubuntu/Debian
Varnish Cache is an open source web application accelerator also referred to as a HTTP accelerator or caching HTTP reverse proxy, that developed for busy and heavy content sites, to significantly improve performance of web sites. Varnish can be installed as an front end to any server that serves HTTP requests and configure it to cache the pages. It makes your website really fast and accelerate your web site performance up-to 300 – 1000x (means...

Zend Framework 1.11.12 for PHP 5 on RHEL/CentOS 6.3/5.9 and Fedora 18-16

Zend Framework 1.11.12 for PHP 5 on RHEL/CentOS 6.3/5.9 and Fedora 18-16
Zend Framework is an open source, simple and straightforward object-oriented web application framework for PHP 5. It is used to eliminate the tedious details of coding and allows you to focus on the big picture. Its main backbone is in its highly-modular MVC (Model–View–Controller) design, making your code highly reusable and simpler to maintain. Install Zend Framework in Linux In this tutorial we will guide you all how to install newly released...
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