Linux: Fix Mozilla Firefox Flickering with NVIDIA + Wayland

This is quick guide howto fix Mozilla Firefox Flickering problem with NVIDIA + Wayland on Linux. Check video guide, howto fix Mozilla Firefox Flickering problem with NVIDIA + Wayland on Linux: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf Fix NVIDIA + Wayland Mozilla Firefox Flickering 1. Add Following Environment Variables export MOZ_ENABLE_WAYLAND=1 export __GLX_VENDOR_LIBRARY_NAME=nvidia
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Fedora 40/39 Switch Desktop and Display Manager (GNOME to KDE)

This is quick guide howto switch desktop from GNOME 46 to KDE Plasma 6 and display manager GDM to SDDM. I use here GNOME and KDE as example, same method works from KDE to GNOME or GNOME to XFCE, etc. Check video guide, howto switch desktop from GNOME 46 to KDE Plasma 6 on Fedora 40: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf Install KDE Plasma 6 on Fedora 40 1.
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Fedora 40/39 VMware Install Guide [VMware Workstation Pro 17.5.2]

This is guide, howto install VMware Workstation Pro (for personal use or with license key) on Fedora 40/39. VIDEO GUIDE, Howto Install VMware Workstation Pro 17.5.2 on Fedora 40: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf 1. Install VMware Workstation Pro on Fedora 40/39 1.1 Download VMware Workstation Pro You need broadcom account then goto VMWare Workstation Pro Download Page and download latest version, currently 17.
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Fedora 40/39 VMware Install Guide [VMware Workstation Pro 17.5.2]

  1. Uninstall VMware Workstation Pro on Fedora 40/39 3.1 Change root user su - ## OR ## sudo -i 3.2 Check Installed Products root@fedora-box:~$ vmware-installer -l Product Name Product Version ==================== ==================== vmware-workstation 17.5.2.23775571 3.3 Uninstall VMware Workstation root@fedora-box:~$ vmware-installer -u vmware-workstation All configuration information is about to be removed. Do you wish to keep your configuration files? You can also input 'quit' or 'q' to cancel uninstallation. [yes]: no Uninstalling VMware Installer 3.
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Upgrade to Fedora 40 from Fedora 39 using DNF

This is guide, howto upgrade Fedora 39 to Fedora 40 using DNF. This method works on desktop and server machines. You can also upgrade older Fedora installations (example Fedora 38/37/36) directly to Fedora 40. I have tested this method on several machines, but if you have problems, please let me know. Always remember backup, before upgrade! Check video version of guide, howto upgrade to Fedora 40: This video shows howto upgrade NVIDIA drivers and upgrade whole system.
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Fedora 40 miracle-wm with waybar, swaybg and wofi (NVIDIA+Wayland)

This is quick guide howto install and configure miracle-wm. miracle-wm is a Wayland compositor based on Mir. It features a tiling window manager at its core, very much in the style of i3 and sway. The intention is to build a compositor that is flashier and more feature-rich than either of those compositors, like swayfx. Check video guide, howto install and configure miracle-wm on Fedora 40: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf Install miracle-wm on Fedora 40 1.
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Fedora Terminus Console Font

Check video guide, howto install and configure Terminus Console Font on Fedora: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf This is quick guide howto install Terminus Terminal / Consele font. Terminus Font is a clean, fixed width bitmap font, designed for long (8 and more hours per day) work with computers. Version 4.49.1 contains 1356 characters, covers about 120 language sets and supports ISO8859-1/2/5/7/9/13/15/16, Paratype-PT154/PT254, KOI8-R/U/E/F, Esperanto, many IBM, Windows and Macintosh code pages, as well as the IBM VGA, vt100 and xterm pseudographic characters.
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Upgrade to Fedora 38 from Fedora 37 using DNF

This is guide, howto upgrade Fedora 37 to Fedora 38 using DNF. This method works on desktop and server machines. You can also upgrade older Fedora installations (example Fedora 36/35/34) directly to Fedora 38. I have tested this method on several machines, but if you have problems, please let me know. Always remember backup, before upgrade! Check video version of guide: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf 1.
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Howto Build GCC 13.2 on Fedora 40 using GCC 14

This is guide howto build older GCC using newer one in Fedora. Currently GCC 13 on Fedora 40 using GCC 14. This is needed for running NVIDIA CUDA on Fedora 40. Check video version of guide, howto build GCC 13 on Fedora 40 using GCC 14: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf Build and Install GCC 13 on Fedora 40 using GCC 14 I use here sudo command for root user commands, if you don’t have/use sudo, then just use your root account directly.
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Upgrade to Fedora 37 from Fedora 36 using DNF

This is guide, howto upgrade Fedora 36 to Fedora 37 using DNF. This method works on desktop and server machines. You can also upgrade older Fedora installations (example Fedora 35/34/33) directly to Fedora 37. I have tested this method on several machines, but if you have problems, please let me know. Always remember backup, before upgrade! Check video version of guide: Watch More Videos and Subscribe to if-not-true-then-false.com Youtube Channel
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Howto Install Kernel 6.2.10 on Fedora 38/37/36

This is quick guide howto install Kernel 6.2.10 on Fedora 38/37/36. This kernel build will work with NVIDIA 530.41.03 / 525.116.03 / 515.105.01 / 470.182.03 / 390.157 / 340.108 (patched) drivers. Check video version of guide: https://youtu.be/unz-Qx6T40M

  1. Install Kernel 6.2.10 on Fedora 38/37/36 1.1 Change root user su - ## OR ## sudo -i 1.2 Enable inttf and/or inttf-testing dnf/yum repo Use here inttf.repo for kernel 6.2. You can have both and use disable/enable repo parameter to switch between repos.
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inttf-kernel - Clear Linux kernel for Fedora 36 users

This is a project I’ve been working on lately. Build Clear Linux kernel for Fedora users. All Clear Linux patches and almost full kernel config are working currently. Only minor changes to get modprobe, hostname, fbdev, etc. working on Fedora. This is currently still at testing stage and not recommend on any production environment(s). Also remember backup all important data! I have run several tests mainly using Phoronix Test Suite to see if there is any speed difference between original Fedora kernel and Clear Linux kernel on Fedora.
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Upgrade to Fedora 36 from Fedora 35 using DNF

This is guide, howto upgrade Fedora 35 to Fedora 36 using DNF. This method works on desktop and server machines. You can also upgrade older Fedora installations (example Fedora 34/33/32) directly to Fedora 36. I have tested this method on several machines, but if you have problems, please let me know. Always remember backup, before upgrade! Check video version of guide: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf 1.
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Create Windows 10 Install Media (USB flash drive) on Linux

This is quick guide howto create Windows 10 install media / bootable USB flash drive on Linux. I use here Fedora Linux, but same method works on Ubuntu, Arch, Gentoo or any other Linux too. Reason why this guide exist is that the latest Windows 10 image Win10_2004_English_x64.iso (May 2020 update) install.wim file is too big to fit on Fat32 file system 4 Gb file size limit. Yes I know that you can use NTFS, but systems with older UEFI/BIOS won’t boot NTFS formatted USB flash drives, so it’s better create one with Fat32 file system.
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Red Hat 8 Install Guide – RHEL 8 Installation Screenshots

This is Red Hat 8 RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) installation guide, step-by-step walkthrough with screenshots. Current version of Red Hat 8 is Beta. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is available for the following architectures Intel/AMD 64-bit IBM Power little endian IBM z Systems ARM 64-bit On this guide I use Anaconda Graphical Installer.

  1. Before Red Hat (RHEL) 8 Installation 1.1 Download Red Hat (RHEL) 8 DVD ISO Image Select your architecture and download DVD ISO image:
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Red Hat 8 Install Guide – RHEL 8 Installation Screenshots - Part 2

2.15 Starting Installation 2.16 Setup root Password 2.17 Create User 2.18 Installing RHEL 8 2.19 Red Hat RHEL 8 Installation Complete 3. Red Hat RHEL 8 Post Installation Setup 3.1 RHEL 8 Boot Menu (Grub 2) 3.2 Initial Setup 3.3 License Information 3.4 Finish Configuration 3.5 Red Hat 8 GDM Login 3.6 Welcome to Red Hat RHEL 8 3.7 Typing 3.8 Privacy 3.9 Online Accounts 3.10 Ready to Go 4. Red Hat RHEL 8 Screenshots 4.
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Install NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit 12.4.1 on Fedora 40/39

This is guide, howto install NVIDIA CUDA Toolkit 12.4 Update 1 (12.4.1) on Fedora 40/39. I assume here that you have installed NVIDIA drivers successfully using my earlier Fedora NVIDIA Drivers Install Guide. You will need NVIDIA 555.xx or 550.xx drivers. As always remember backup important files before doing anything! Check video version of guide, howto install NVIDIA CUDA on Fedora 40: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf 1.
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Fedora 40/39/38 NVIDIA Drivers Install Guide [555.58.02 / 550.100 / 535.183.01 / 470.256.02 / 390.157 / 340.108]

This is guide, howto install NVIDIA proprietary drivers (manually using .run installer) on Fedora 40/39/38 and disable Nouveau driver. This guide works with GeForce 8/9/200/300/400/500/600/700/800/900/10/20/30/40 series cards. GeForce RTX 40 series cards works with 555.xx, 550.xx, 535.xx NVIDIA drivers, (RTX 4090, RTX 4080, RTX 4070 Ti, RTX 4070, RTX 4060 Ti, RTX 4060) GeForce RTX 30 series cards works with 555.xx, 550.xx, 535.xx NVIDIA drivers, (RTX 3090, RTX 3080 and RTX 3070, RTX 3060, RTX 3060 Ti) GeForce RTX 20 series cards works with 555.
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Fedora 40/39/38 NVIDIA Drivers Uninstall Guide

  1. Fedora 40/39/38 Uninstall NVIDIA drivers and Enable Nouveau I assume here that you have used this guide install part to install your NVIDIA drivers. This whole process is good to run on runlevel 3. When there is no X running. So first boot to runlevel 3 using direct parameter (3) on Grub linux/linuxefi line or using “systemctl set-default multi-user.target”. Check video version of guide: Support inttf: Buy Me a Coffee: Subscribe and follow: Follow @inttf 5.
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