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How To setup an external / Widescreen monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10


How To setup an external / Widescreen monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10

Setting up an external Monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10 is very simple. Fedora 10 onwards, the default X11 window system configuration file has been dropped and the system auto-configures your X11 system. In case you need to change a few settings to your X11 configuration (which we will be doing here), you need…

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By Debjit on February 6th
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How To Enable Automatic Login In Fedora Linux


How To Enable Automatic Login In Fedora Linux

Setting up Fedora 10 to log into our account automatically is very easy. You simply need to append a few lines to the file called custom.conf located in the /etc/gdm/ directory. Now, open the above mentioned file in a text-editor like gedit or kedit, and append these lines:

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By Debjit on January 29th
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Fedora 10 Reference Cheatsheet


Fedora 10 Reference Cheatsheet

Its been quite a time since Fedora 10 has been around and with so many users switching to Linux these days, a reference cheat sheet for Fedora 10 becomes handy for both n00bs (who are switching to Fedora 10) and regular users alike. We, here at Digitizor, have prepared a cheat-sheet for the brand new…

 Linux   Pragmatism  

By Debjit on January 22nd
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How-To enable root login in Fedora 10 at the Gnome Login / Via GUI


Come Fedora 10 and the Root login at the default GNOME Welcome screen is disabled. So, if you say try to login as user root, you won`t be allowed to login. So, here`s the work-around. 1) Setup SUDO 2) Setup Root Account:

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By Debjit on January 18th
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HOW-TO make “the java plugin” work on Firefox in Fedora 10 / Linux Distro?


↑ Grab this Headline Animator The basic idea behind making any plugin work on a Mozilla based browser is to have the plugin symbolically linked to the plugins directory of Mozilla or Firefox. Fedora 10 already has the Sun JRE (Java Runtime Environment) JRE 1.6.0_07 packed in the box. Now, in order to enable the…

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By Debjit on January 5th
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How-To get Mp3 support for Amarok on Fedora10


Fedora 10 ships with Amarok 1.94. If you install the the amarok-extras-free world package then you may not get your Mp3s to still play. This is because the amarok-extras-free depends on two more packages (dont confuse with dependencies) named: libtunepimp-extras-nonfree and xine-lib-extras-nonfree.

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By Debjit on January 4th
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