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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Install Apache and PHP on Fedora 17/16











1) Change to root user


su
##OR##
su -c

 2) Check or install updates


yum check-update
##OR##
yum update

  3) Install Apache(httpd) web server


 yum install httpd

 4) install PHP and PHP modules


yum install php php-common
##PHP MODULES##
yum install  php-pecl-apc php-cli php-pear php-pdo php-mysql php-pgsql php-pecl-mongo php-sqlite php-pecl-memcache php-pecl-memcached php-gd php-mbstring php-mcrypt php-xml

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Fedora 17 plus Cinnamon
















About


Cinnamon is a fork of GNOME Shell, initially developed by Linux Mint. It attempts to provide a more traditional user environment based on the desktop metaphor, like GNOME 2. Cinnamon uses Muffin, a fork of the GNOME 3 window manager Mutter, as its window manager


Install Cinnamon on Fedora

 

1.) Change to root user

      su

      ##OR##

      su -c

2.) Install Cinnamon

     Cinnamon is available from the Fedora repository you can Simply install
     the package by typing

     yum install cinnamon


Tweak Cinnamon

 

1.) Themes in Cinnamon

      You can download themes from
      http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/themes

      Download the themes and unzip them (as root user)
      in "/usr/share/cinnamon/theme"

      To apply themes go to Accessories --> Cinnamon Settings-->Themes


Note: Please read "README" carefully before installing Themes

2.) Applets in Cinnamon

     You can download Applets from
     http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/applets

     Download the Applets and unzip them (as root user)
     in "/usr/share/cinnamon/applets"

     you can select installed Applets from 
     Accessories --> Cinnamon Settings-->Applets


Note: Please read "README" carefully before installing Applets

3.) Extensions in Cinnamon 

      You can download Extensions from
      http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/extensions
      
      Download the Extensions and unzip them (as root user)
      in "~/.local/share/cinnamon/extensions"
      
     
      you can select installed Extensions from
      Accessories --> Cinnamon Settings-->Extensions


 Note: Please read "README" carefully before installing Extensions

4.) Change the time Format 

the default time display in Cinnamon is in the 24-hour format. Many find this format much less friendly than the more widely used 12-hour time format and would like to change the setting, much like you would in Gnome 3 

To change the time format go to 
Accessories --> Cinnamon Settings-->Calendar

click on the link that says Generate your own date formats.


This will take you to a website that will present you with everything that you need to format the date and time down in the panel EXACTLY the way you want it to appear. You can either use one of their pre-sets, generate your own format, or even read what all the format specifiers mean and create your own manually.

Simply copy the returned format string and paste it into the text box located in the Cinnamon settings window.


Once you complete this step the time down in the panel should now be formatted just the way you like it.


5.) Change position of title bar buttons 

If you are a big time Ubuntu or Mac user and would like to have left side title bar buttons then you can do it simply by going to 

Accessories --> Cinnamon Settings-->Windows

in windows change the right side title bar buttons with left side title bar buttons 


Any Good Tips for Cinnamon?

have any other handy tips for the Cinnamon desktop interface? If so then let me know in the comments below!

     

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Install MySQL on Fedora 16/17














1.) Change to root user

su

##OR##

su -c

2.) Check for latest version

yum list mysql mysql-server

 3.) Update or Install Mysql

yum install mysql mysql-server

4.) Start MySQL server and autostart MySQL on boot

systemctl start mysqld.service ##Will start MySql##
systemctl enable mysqld.service ##Will enable MySql service on boot##
##OR##
service mysqld start

chkconfig –levels 235 mysqld on

5.)  MySQL Secure Installation

/usr/bin/mysql_secure_installation

6.) Change the root user’s password

mysqladmin -u root password <your password>

7.) Connect to MySQL database (localhost) with password

mysql -u root -p

 Thanks for reading. If you have any suggestions or query, please feel free to comment.



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