YUM Changelog

Package change log information is not directly available from the YUM package management. This is short guide howto enable (install) changelog plugin and use changelog information with YUM package management system. Install YUM Changelog Plugin for Viewing Package Changelogs Install YUM Changelog Plugin on Fedora (as root) yum install yum-plugin-changelog Install YUM Changelog Plugin on CentOS and Red Hat (RHEL) (as root) yum install yum-changelog Examples Howto...

List tar/tar.gz/tar.bz2 Contents – List all files in archive.tar

This is quick tip, howto list contents of tar, tar.gz and tar.bz2 files without unpacking file. This is very useful on server environment where any graphical tool is not available. This method is also very useful when tar, tar.gz or tar.bz2 packages are really big, something like hundreds of megabytes or gigabytes (for example backups). Overall, the key is the tar command with -t option. List the Contents of tar File List tar contents short command tar -tvf archive.tar List...

Install PHP MongoDB (mongo) Driver on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, UNIX, BSD

PHP MongoDB (Mongo Database) Driver Installation on Linux, UNIX, BSD and Mac OS X MongoDB PHP driver is very simple install on Linux, UNIX, BSD and Mac OS X. You need just PEAR (PHP Extension and Application Repository) with PECL repository. Normally PHP development (dev) package and PHP Pear package installation from package management system is enough to get PEAR working. Also go-pear.php script can be used. (more…)

Fedora 13 Goddard – What’s New, Overview, Features, Screenshots

Fedora 13 is released. This is overview, what's new features found on new Fedora 13 release. Main Software Updates, Changes and Features New Software Shotwell - Open source photo manager for GNOME Deja-dup - Déjà Dup (day-ja-doop) is a simple backup tool. It hides the complexity of doing backups the Right Way (encrypted, off-site, and regular) and uses duplicity as the backend. Pino - Twitter and Identi.ca client for Linux desktop Simple Scan - Simple Scanning Utility New...

CentOS 5.5 Released – What’s new, Overview, Features, Screenshots

CentOS 5.5 is the fifth update to the CentOS 5 distribution series. It contains a lot of bugfixes, updates and new functionality. New Packages on CentOS 5.5 freeradius2 gsl postgresql84 python-dmidecode samba3x tunctl xz gpxe (x86_64 only) Some package updates exim 4.63 gcc 4.1.2 kernel 2.6.18 OpenOffice.org 3.1.1 php 5.1.6 xen 3.0.3 yum 3.2.22 httpd 2.2.3 Most interesting update is PostgreSQL 8.4. Of course, many have used the 8.4 version of PostgreSQL on...

Fedora 12 Constantine is released

Fedora team promises to bring to you the latest and greatest release of Fedora ever, Fedora 12! Many things are really changed and improved. Fedora 12 also brings lots of new packages. Here is some highlights from Fedora 12 new stuff Optimized performance - 32-bit architecture software packages have been compiled with special optimization for the Intel Atom processors without losing compatibility with the overwhelming majority of CPUs. Smaller and faster updates - Fedora 12 uses...

Howto Install Gnome Shell with YUM on Fedora 12 Linux

What is Gnome Shell? GNOME Shell is the defining technology of the GNOME 3 desktop user experience. It provides following core interface functions: Launching applications Opening files Switching between open windows Adding and deleting workspaces Moving windows between workspaces Dynamic system-related information display (including transient notifications) Providing a flat list of user-account related actions Logging out or switching the session, and stopping or...

Delete files permanently with shred command in Linux – Remove absolutely

Sometimes need to delete files whose contents should disappear absolutely, completely and safely. Linux command rm just remove file and it is still possible to dig out from the disk. Fortunately for Linux can be found in shred program that removes the files permanently. Shred command is easy and quickly to use cases when files need to deleted forever. Shred command usage Create test file: echo "testing testing" > /tmp/test.txt Delete file with shred command: shred -v -n 25 -u...
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