Fedora 33 Workstation Installation Guide / Tour / Review

This is quick guide / tour howto install Fedora 33 Workstation / Desktop on real PC. First create your bootable USB flash drive using Fedora Media Writer, dd or similar tool. Just testing stable Fedora 33 release and everything works very smooth, even btrfs file system, which replaces ext4 as a default file system. Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf
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Nautilus “Open in Terminal” on Fedora/CentOS/Red Hat (RHEL)

This is quick tip howto add “Open in Terminal” to Nautilus (Gnome File Manager) context menu on Fedora, CentOS and Red Hat (RHEL). Many Linux, Nautilus Open in Terminal feature is installed by default. For some reason on Red Hat-based Linux, this does not exists. This is very useful little feature and speed up moving to console from Nautilus.

  1. Change root user su - ## OR ## sudo -i 2.
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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 restarting the machine GNOME Shell takes advantage of the capabilities of modern graphics hardware and introduces innovative user interface concepts to provide a delightful and easy to use experience.
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