25 Things to Do After Fresh Fedora 24 Workstation Installation

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Aaron Kili

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18 Responses

  1. Sergiy says:

    How to run rufus in Fedora? I get “0 devices found”

  2. Mary Biggs says:

    The WINE install on Fedora 24 fails because of a package configuration clash. For the fix, see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1325666

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Mary,

      Yeah thanks for updating us about the bug that gives problem while installing Wine, hope it will help other Fedora 24 users who will face such problem..

  3. Nirav Ranpara says:

    Hi,

    After install fedora workstation installation.

    How can I configure DSL network connection ?

    Thanks

  4. vijay says:

    I have fresh installed fedora 24 workstation and restart the computer but when login screen come that time screen will be flickering. what can i do now please help me

  5. vijay says:

    I installed fresh 24 workstation but when i restart the server and run fedora that time my login screen would be flickring . whats the problem i need help so plz give the solution

    • Aaron Kili K says:

      @vijay

      That can happen but it only depends on the the extend of flickering, if you are able to see the login page after wards then the issue might be minor. I have to do some background checks before telling your what the solution is.

      The main question is whether it actually progresses to bring the login screen after that? Are you able to login? Please let me know.

  6. Jeff Buhrt says:

    When you install/try to start TeamViewer and it fails, update the SELinux security context. You can test if SElinux is enforcing and causing the problem with:
    getenforce
    setenforce 0
    (when done testing make sure to: setenforce 1)
    If TeamViewer now works, then fix the context:
    ausearch -c ‘teamviewerd’ –raw | audit2allow -M my-teamviewerd
    semodule -i my-teamviewerd.pp
    setenforce 1 # if you turned it off
    See: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/87123/i-can-not-start-teamviewer-after-installation-f24-alpha/

    • Aaron Kili K says:

      @Jeff Buhrt

      Many thanks for this info, i hope it will prove helpful in solving problems that users have encountered or will encounter while installing teamviewer.

  7. Aaron Kili K says:

    @Gabriel A. Cánepa

    Sure, i should have mentioned the free packages here, that will be corrected in future articles.

    But about the images, all of them are screen shots i actually captured my self from a virtual machine screen. There are no borrowed images in this article. I hope i am clear on that, though they may look similar, there is no way i can make them look different.

    It is always good to give credit where it is due, but when i have done something my self then there is no need.

  8. This was a good and informative article, however:
    1) You mentioned that in RPMFusion “…you can find both free and nonfree packages the in RPMFusion repository, here we shall focus on free packages…”
    -You don’t mention which kind of packages are found in this repository.
    -You said “we shall focus on free packages” but didn’t mention any.
    -It would be nice to name a couple of useful programs found only in this repository.
    2) You borrowed several images from other sites. You should ask for permission to do that, and give credits to the original source.

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