25 Things to Do After Fresh Fedora 24 and Fedora 25 Workstation Installation

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29 Responses

  1. kurtdriver says:

    You tried to install unzip? Even your own graphic showed it as already installed, as it is in a default Fedora install.

    • Aaron Kili says:


      We had not read through the full documentation for Fedora 25 by the time of the writing, that is why we suggested installation of the package. However, thanks for the heads up, we’ll check before publishing in future articles.

  2. Brendan says:

    Out of curiosity, you mention setting a static IP as though this should be the default setting. Is that the preferred configuration? I thought DHCP was generally the safer option, so I want to make sure I’m not missing some critical piece of network administration.

    • Aaron Kili says:


      You are right, DHCP is the preferred method. However, if you are working in a LAN that you control yourself, then a static IP for your machine would make it easy to access when working on a network.

      In case you are accessing the Internet through a third-party, then DHCP is the best option.

  3. Jj says:

    AnyDesk instead of Teamviewer.
    It doesn’t need Wine (native build for Linux).
    It’s faster.
    It’s more secure.
    It’s UI is much cleaner and simpler.
    It uses much less memory.
    They are more sympathetic.

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