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Red Hat Launches CloudForms And OpenShift Platforms


Red Hat Launches CloudForms And OpenShift Platforms

Cloud computing has let many companies to put their faith in because of its tremendous features .These companies are employing new idea, developing new technologies for better delivery. Red Hat, at Wednesday’s Red Hat Summit in Boston, also announced about new developments that it has incorporated in terms of cloud. The open source giant has…

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By Nihal on May 8th
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Google GMail Video Chat RPM Version Released For Fedora, RedHat, CentOS, OpenSUSE


Google GMail Video Chat RPM Version Released For Fedora, RedHat, CentOS, OpenSUSE

Google has now also released the 32 bit and 64 bit RPM versions of the Google GMail video chat plugin for Fedora, RED Hat, CentOS and OpenSUSE users.

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By Zenobia on September 9th
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RPM version of last.fm`s scrobbler client (for RedHat/Fedora/SuSE/Mandriva)


Last.FM has become a phenomena! And there would be very less people who would deny this. I myself is a last.fm fanatic, helps me stay up-to-date with current music trends and latest music from all over the world. Well, music podcasting ( for all budding bath singers ) is another thing that can be done…

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By Debjit on July 1st
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Fedora / RedHat Tip: Find out what’s been changed on your system since you first installed it.


Fedora / RedHat Tip: Find out what’s been changed on your system since you first installed it.

If you purchase a custome made Linux system from your vendor, then your Linux system will have more productivity softwares and customisations added to your system before it reaches you. In case, you may like to see so as to what all customisations have been performed, we have smart tip on how to do it….

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By Debjit on June 26th
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How to install linux build and kernel headers for fedora/redhat/centos?


Installing Build and Kernel Headers for your Linux distribution is very easy using theĀ  yum tool available in Red Hat based systems. Fedora which is the Community’s free Red Hat , can also have the Linux Build and Kernel headers installed using the yum tool. Just use the following command to install the build and…

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By Debjit on June 17th
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