My Personal Fedora 17 After Install Guide

You are now reading my personal Fedora 17 after install guide. It solves specific problems related to my ASUS-K55VM-SX170V laptop.  The guide will take you through each step of installation of missing drivers for Intel wireless card, Realtek card reader and NVIDIA graphic card. It also shows installation of software that is not open-source but […]
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Qemu Installation on Fedora Linux

The tutorial shows configuration, compilation and installation Qemu on Fedora Linux. KVM installation is described here. 1.  Install Required Fedora Packages $ sudo yum install ncurses-libs ncurses-devel zlib-devel SDL-devel libpcap-devel glib2-devel $ sudo yum install spice-server spice-protocol spice-server-devel 2.  Download and extract Qemu sources $ wget http://wiki.qemu-project.org/download/qemu-x.y.z.tar.bz2 $ tar  jxvf qemu-x.y.z.tar.bz $ cd qemu-x.y.z $ […]
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VirtualBox Installation and Configuration on Fedora Linux

This brief how-to  explains how to install Oracle VirtualBox and Oracle Extension pack on Fedora Linux and convert VMware VMDK virtual disk to VirtualBox VDI disk. Finally, we discuss conversion of a normal VDI disk type to multiattach VDI type. VirtualBox Installation 1. Add Oracle VirtualBox Repository $ sudo wget http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/rpm/fedora/virtualbox.repo -P /etc/yum.repos.d 2. Install VirtualBox Dependencies $ sudo yum install gcc […]
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Linux Core as Network Host

 Core Linux is a small modular system with community build extensions. Based on downloaded extensions the Core can perfectly meets your needs.  For instance if you want to build a network host, you install the extensions that somehow interact with network traffic such as tcpdump, iperf, iptables, d-itg, mtr, etc. Moreover you can convert your Linux Core installation […]
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