You’ve probably heard – Netflix works on Linux! Yes, installing Netflix on Linux has become easier, but we still need to use the cmd line. (COMMANDS BELOW) || Add me: facebook.com || Let me show you the easy way to watch Netflix on Ubuntu, Mint and Fedora! To install on Ubuntu / Mint – Start terminal $ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ehoover/compholio $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install netflix-desktop —— For Fedora (only 32 bit systems) You need wget first: su -c ‘yum -y install wget’ Installing Netflix: wget -c sourceforge.net tar -xvzf Netflixplayer.tar.gz su -c ‘sh Netflixplayer.sh’ Running Netflix from cmd line: sh /usr/bin/Netflix.sh
Here is what is going on in the world of Linux – July 10 2012.
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So here is a review of the KDE under Fedora 17. Looks good.
Overall, this respin of Fedora 17 provides the same great stable base as the Gnome version, but with a very nicely unified KDE 4.8.3 Software Compilation. Complete with all of the great KDE apps, the Calligra Suite also makes a stable debut. Faster login time as well as easier – but somewhat old school – package management, Fedora 17 KDE is looking like a very worth while release. Thanks for the feedback everybody! Links: Fedora 17 KDE download: spins.fedoraproject.org My Google+: plus.google.com My Blog: infinitelygalactic.blogspot.com My twitter twitter.com
The new version of Fedora was released about a month ago. Here is a good review of the new issue.
==Should I review the KDE version of Fedora 17 or wait for Kororra 17 KDE?== A quick review of the Beefy Miracle also known as Fedora 17 rocking the Gnome 3.4 desktop. Overall, a quality release from the Fedora community – with amazing speed and stability. Perfect OS for the Linux enthusiast – you can really turn this distro into whatever you want it to be. Did I mention it also has an insanely fast boot time? Links: Fedora Release notes: fedoraproject.org Install guides: www.howtoforge.com My Google+: plus.google.com My Blog: infinitelygalactic.blogspot.com My twitter twitter.com
Worked hard on this one. =o) There’s been a lot of controversy around choosing Unity over Gnome 3.. || Join the chat: twitter.com || ..and many of you have requested my opinion. Since recent releases, Ubuntu has used Unity as its default desktop environment. In this week’s episode of OS.ALT I describe the important differences for you, and what the improvements found in the latest version of Unity released with Ubuntu 12.04 mean in comparison with Gnome 3. Hint: Ubuntu 12.04 really floored me, in no small part due to Unity and the HUD.
Leading innovation: Freedom, friends, features, first… and franks. The mustard indicates progress in this Fedora release, which includes an abundance of the most cutting-edge features for open source developers with an interface that’s easy for non-developer desktop users. Fedora 17 moves innovation forward with the latest in languages and development tools. It includes automatic multi-seat support, multitouch support, a new clustering stack, cloud options, and much more.
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I have vista installed on one hard drive and fedora 10 linux installed on the other hard drive. How can I remove the linux partition since windows doesn’t recognize linux partitions?
I just installed Fedora on a separate partition from my Windows one. How do I boot from the other partition?
And if there is another way to boot from Windows back to linux, please tell me as well. Thanks in advance.
I am completely new to linux fedora and linux for that matter. I am running fedora from a live usb until i get these issues fixed. I apparently need to install mpeg decoders, xvid decoders, avi decoders and a flash player. Being a complete noob to linux I don’t know how to go about this.