13 Useful Things to Do After Fedora 22 Workstation Installation

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28 Responses

  1. Daniel Villarreal says:

    re: 10. Install Unrar and 7zip
    Nice article, thanks for posting!
    In Fedora 23, “unar can serve as a free and open source replacement of unrar.”

  2. robert says:

    Don’t set a static IP on your machine allocate an IP within DHCP serving device/system by registering you MAC address. Let DHCP give your registered MAC address the same IP each time you connect to the network. You can and will create duplicate IP address situations on networks controlled with DHCP setting static IP on systems without closely controlling ip network addesses.

  3. Ben Shomer says:

    Thanks a lot for a very well done guide!

    I would add a note:
    Sometimes, following “dnf update” there is a need to restart the computer if the kernel version was upgraded. This is especially essential when afterwards you install virtualBox (and it will complain about “Trying to register the VirtualBox kernel modules” failure.

    Also – I would modify all dnf commands into “dnf -y” to avoid the download authorization hassle.

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