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How To Install Brackets 1.5 On Fedora 23 And Fedora 22

As you may know, Brackets, the open-source editor created by Adobe is now available for Linux systems. It is very usefull for web designers and developers, because it has support for HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Even dough is lightweight, it

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BleachBit 1.10 Brings A Big List Of Changes

As you may know, BleachBit is a cleanup program (the Linux equivalent of the CCleaner from Windows), that gets rid of the temporary files on your computer, reduces the number on unnecesary files, in order to increase the free space and

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How To Install Extra Wallpapers On Fedora 23

Probably all the Linux systems are released with a set of default wallpapers. For example, Canonical organizes a contest for each release, permitting the users to submit wallpapers. Also, Fedora includes a wallpaper pack, but this does not mean that

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Fedora 24 Workstation Will Use Wayland By Default, Fedora 24 Server Drops 32 Bit Support

As you may already know, the Red Hat developers are working hard at Wayland, a next generation display server that will slowing get adopted in RHEL, CentOS and Fedora systems. Despite the fact that there is still a lot of

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Fedora 23 Alpha 1 Has Been Released

AS you may know, Fedora 23 Alpha 1 has been recently released using the under-development version of GNOME 3.18 as default. While the Fedora systems are released with delays very often, the first alpha version landed on time. Among others,

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Fedora 23 Alpha 1 Will Be Released On The 11th Of August

As you may know, Fedora 23 Alpha has been scheduled for the 11th of August, the Beta version will arrive on the 22nd of September, while the final version should be launched on the 27th of October. Starting with the

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Fedora 23 Alpha 1 Will Be Released On August 11 2015

As you may know, Fedora 23 Alpha 1 is scheduled for release on August 11, while the stable version is expected to come on October 27, but will most likely be delayed. Fedora 23 Alpha has reached feature freeze, meaning

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The Fedora Developers Will Most Likely Redesign FedUp, For Fedora 23

The Fedora developers are discussing the possibility of redesigning the FedUp upgrade tool. As you may know, FedUp is an Upgrade Utility for Fedora, permitting the users to upgrade their Fedora system to the latest workstation/server/cloud version existing. Will Woods

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Fedora 23 To Receive An Official Cinnamon Spin

According to this announcement, a Fedora 23 Cinnamon will become reality. Fedora’s default desktop environment is GNOME, but MATE, KDE, XFCE, Sugar and LXDE spins are also available for those who prefer them. And starting with Fedora 23, scheduled for

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Fedora 23 Might Replace EXT4 With BTRFS, As The Default File System

Hello Linux Geeksters. According to the mailing lists, the Fedora developers are planning to use BTRFS (B-tree File System/Butter File System) as the default file system of Fedora 23, as a replacement for EXT4. BTRFS is already used on OpenSUSE

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