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How to Install Chromium 44 on Fedora 22, Fedora 21 and CentOS 7

As you may know, Chromium is Google’s open-source version of Chrome. The latest version available is Chromium 44, which brought mostly fixes. Installation instructions: Chromium is available for Fedora 22, Fedora 21 and CentOS 7 systems via the COPR repositories,

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How To Install SMPlayer 14.9.0.7042 On Fedora 22 And Fedora 21

As you may know, SMPlayer is a front-end for MPlayer, having support for video, DVD and VCD playback, has some advanced features like support for MPlayer filters and keeps track of the settings of all the played files, resuming a

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How To Install Virtualbox 5.0 On All The Major Linux Systems

As you may know, Virtualbox is the most popular, free, cross-platform virtualization software. The latest version available is Virtualbox 5.0  which has been recently released, bringing interesting new features, including Paravirtualization Support for Windows and Linux Guests, support for USB

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Atom 1.0 has been released

Atom 1.0 has been finally released, after being available to public for about a year. Atom is an open-source, multi-platform text editor developed by GitHub, having a simple and intuitive graphical user interface and a bunch of interesting features for

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How to Install 0.3.1 Tomate on Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE and Derivatives

Tomate 0.3.1 is available via repository for the latest Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE systems. As you may know, Tomate is a time managent application based on the Pomodoro technique, notifying the users to take a break after 25 minutes. The

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PhotoQt 1.2.1 Brings A New Feature and Fixes. This Is How to Install it on Ubuntu and Fedora

PhotoQt 1.2.1 has been released, brings a new option to disable tray icon and fixes. As you may know, PhotoQt is an open-source image viewer with basic image manipulation functions, like rotate, flip, or zoom. Because it uses the GraphicsMagick

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PostInstallerF: Yet Another Tool That Helps the Fedora 22 Users Install Third Party Apps on Fresh Installed Systems

Life Fedy, PostInstallerF is yet another tool that permits the users to easily install multimedia codecs, enable third party repos, install Adobe Flash, Java, proprietary GPU drivers, with a few clicks only. The latest version is PostInstallerF 1.5, which has

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How to Upgrade to Fedora 22, via FedUp

As a reminder, Fedora 22 has been released last week, bringing better notifications, refined themes, application improvements and DNF as the default package manager, among other changes. For information about Fedora 22, see this article. Also worth mentioning, Fedora 20

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Fedy 4.0.1 Has Been Released (Specially For Fedora 22)

Fedy, previously named Fedora Utils, is an open-source post install tool that helps the users to enable support for multimedia codecs, install new fonts, install Adobe Flash Player, Oracle Java, Atom, Brackets, Oracle Java plugins, Android Studio and other important

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Fedora 22 Has Been Officially Released. Download It Now!

Fedora 22 has been officially released today, in all the official spins: Fedora 22 Workstation, Fedora 22 KDE, Fedora 22 Xfce, Fedora 22 LXDE, Fedora 22 MATE/Compiz, Fedora 22 Design Suite, Fedora 22 Jam KDE, Fedora 22 Games, Fedora 22

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