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David Va

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1 2 3 PostInstallerF playing the game!
http://sourceforge.net/projects/postinstaller/
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Edward Crosby

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So this is a pretty advanced question.
Scenario (stay with me here. This will be a little long-winded): I'm currently working as a Sys Admin in a Windows environment with a few Red Hat servers. I am the only Red Hat Sys Admin in our environment. We are predominately virtualized using VMware ESXi. I run Windows 8.1 (HATE IT!) on my laptop for my Windows work but I find I need to do some task within a Linux desktop environment. Using putty, or some other terminal program, to connect via SSH sometime just doesn't cut it. I tried running Fedora 22 within a VM via VMware Workstation for my needs but found it unstable and has a few flaws; this includes those times I need to screen share the Fedora 22 VM with my terminal open using Skype for Business on my Windows laptop. I've even tried using a Fedora 22 VM in my vSphere cluster but it doesn't seem to be the best working experience either. Another thing I have tried is X2Go, but right now Gnome 3.16 doesn't play well.
After that long backstory, here is the meat of what I am looking for: Is there a good, inexpensive VDI solution I could use so that I can run Fedora 22 flawless on my Windows laptop?
Some of you may reply stating I need to install Fedora 22 on my laptop, and I would LOVE to do this, but most of my work is about 60% Windows that requires me to work within Windows. Mostly for the use of Skype for Business for instant messaging, conference calls and screen sharing. If there was a version of Skype for Business that would work flawlessly in Fedora 22, problem would be solved, I would install Fedora 22 in a heartbeat and just use a Windows terminal server to do my Windows work in.
Any thoughts or suggestions for VDI?
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Interesting. I'll have to get it installed as a vm and test it out. 
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Rob Young

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Running Fedora 22 LXDE on an old Eee PC. The first time I have run a Linux distro without any major problems. I think I have found my Linux of choice with Fedora. Hoping to have similar success in running Fedora 22 Workstation on a i5 Viao. 
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Isaque Galdino

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Nice:
$ uname -a
Linux fred.bedrock 4.1.2-200.fc22.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Jul 15 20:12:12 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
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Hello everyone,
A while ago there was some information that red hat / fedora would port pantheon desktop as one option. Does anyone know the status of this? On project site this topic is kinda outdated...
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Abdel L

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I am using Xubuntu, let's give Fedora try, I hope it's friendly with RAM.
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+Martin Bruchanov I use xfce or awesome wm. It doesn't Take much ram as a desktop. My issue is a segmentation fault in some apps
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alex diavatis

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Super convenient and easy to use way to check the running services and daemons, and optimize performance by shutting down whatever you don't need.  

http://cockpit-project.org/

Basically is the only Systemd UI, and it's available from G-C-C
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So NO mp3 play for Fedora Rawhide (F23)??? What is THAT about?
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Iouri Boukhteev's profile photoPatrick Massey's profile photo
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That's all up to the RPMFusion team.  The Fedora team does not have any influence there.  If working and stable software is your goal, you should probably consider staying on the release version (currently 22), since rawhide will break third party packages without notice or caring.
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Any new updates coming for Rawhide today?
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Hello everybody. I need your help again. Recently I have update my fedora 22 but now I can't run my notebook. After to update I see this message: Welcome to emergency mode! After logging in, type journalctl -xb to view system logs, "systemctl reboot" , "systemctl default " or ^D to try again to boot into def de default mode. Give root password for maintenance ( or press Control-D to continue ). Well I have made this but come back to emergency mode again. The result of journalctl command is in this link https://drive.google.com/folder/d/0Bw9tjxww6u0YX0htYkI5Z1hQeUU/edit . Then, what can I do?
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Hello again. Firstly I'm sorry to respond until today. Finally I made a new instalation but before I have tried to make fsck -f -y /dev/mapper/fedora-root but the reply was that the partition was already mounted. Then I decided to make a new installation. I decided to make LVM partition. What type of installation do you prefer?.
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Henry Schmale

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What happened to the pthread-devel package? I can't find it in the repos anymore.
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+David Va  libxcb-devel was already installed, probably from some other library I installed. I was just wondering what happened to the package, because I remember it being in fedora 21.
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Leon L Justice

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I am looking to move my internal cloud to Apache CloudStack. Is there anyone here that uses this Hypervisor? If so, is there anything you can tell me about good or bad? Thanks in advance.
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Jeff Fitzmaurice (Steelaworkn)'s profile photoLeon L Justice's profile photo
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+Jeff Fitzmaurice I thought freenas was just for storage. Is it a Virtual Machine Hypervisor also?
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Max Wachtel

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today's #showyourlinuxdesktopfriday  on my dell xps
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I'm liking that whole setup!
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David Va

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Well, Everything has a cause
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is there a list of packages available from copr?
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Jamin Fernandez

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Hi everyone, I need create USB live ISO windows with Fedora 22, any suggestion and help is received
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I  fought this all night the other day. Ended up using the kids winders to write the iso to usb with the M$ approved tool
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alex diavatis

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Out of 3-4 major changes on GFiles 3.18, this is my favorite by far! Search jumps to List View, so we can see the extra details we need (eg. path), and jumps back to Grid View when we escape search!

Update to Rawhide :p
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+alex diavatis ok you have used only the icons theme. 

Thanks.
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When will Openshot be added to the Rawhide, (Fedora 23) RPMFusion Rawhide repo, +RPM Fusion , (or anyone that can answer)?
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+Lion and Lamb Ministry
No, what is the reason of you use rawhide? You work in test mode. I have updated the majority of packages, then if rpmfusion like it and take my changes well, if not, Now you have the latest updates. Also I use Arch Linux, you can compare who has the latest updates. In the base official repositories none need rpmfusion, then you wouldn't have problems in the future. I shared for you the necessaries if you want rebuild others packages, example "Kodi" . I am using Kodi 15 now :).
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Hi Everyone, is there any way at present to install gstreamer1-plugins-ugly in Rawhide (Fedora 23)? Any help would be appreciated
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+Tomasz Torcz , well ok, can +RPM Fusion  maybe answer??
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Mathew Stahl

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OK so I've actually been a member of this community for a while now but, haven't had a lot of time to post or to comment on others posts.

I've used Fedora on and off since Fedora Core 1, primarily with XFCE, Fluxbox, Openbox or LXDE depending on the machine. 

So here is my question. I am thinking of switching to KDE/Plasma 5 and am wondering about what kind of CPU/RAM usage I should expect since I haven't used KDE full time since 3.5, almost 8 years ago? Also, if any of you could give me any tips or advice about switching my setup from XFCE to KDE/Plasma, I would appreciate it.

My current setup is an AMD Phenom II x4 3.6 GHz, with 4GB of RAM, Nvidia GT 430 PCIe 1GB video card and two sata drives, one 500GB for my OSes and one 1TB for my /home directory. I currently triple boot between Windows 7, Gentoo and Fedora 20. 
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no, I mean on the KDE/Plasma spin. Is the default on that one Plasma 5?
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Heinz Witt

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What's going on Fedora?
Since 5 days no updates for Fedora 22.
But there is to see that many updates were built:
https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/?_csrf_token=53e14d2515f056d3c1c9903d131eaa371b604e0d
Update, Release, Status, Type, Request, Karma, Submitter, Age. php-aws-sdk-2.8.13-2.el6 · Fedora EPEL 6, pending, siwinski, 1 hour. php-aws-sdk-2.8.13-2.el7 · Fedora EPEL 7, pending, siwinski, 1 hour. php-aws-sdk-2.8.13-2.fc22 · Fedora 22, pending, siwinski, 1 hour. php-aws-sdk-2.8.13-2.fc21 ...
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sudo dnf --refresh upgrade
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