I'm in Fedora 20 right now and so far, it has been a pleasant experience. However, I noticed that to install software (graphically), it defaults to using the new GNOME software, which is fine for installing big and popular packages like inkscape, etc. But for little things like tcsh, it cannot find them.
In the Ubuntu software center, I removed the gnome terminal. This gave me a warning, saying that if I remove the gnome terminal, I also don't get updates. Afterwards, I reinstalled it again. Do I now get the updates again?
The GNOME developers announced a few days ago that a new version of the GNOME Initial Setup software for the GNOME desktop environment is available for download, fixing various issues found in previous releases. GNOME Initial Setup 0.9 updates the keyboard panel, updates the summary page with a checkmark, adds a new infrastructure for launching the app without a trigger file, and the app can
I am trying to access Ubuntu software center to remove some app from my pc, but each time I tried to initiate Ubuntu Software Center, it appeared on the screen for 2 seconds then it disappeared suddenly...
The GNOME Project unleashed a few days ago the first development release towards GNOME Software 3.12, an application that will be launched along with the upcoming GNOME 3.12 desktop environment, and will allow users to install, remove and update system applications. GNOME Software 3.11.1 comes with numerous new features, a... (read more)
Well now im just completely confused, i upgraded to software version f about a week ago, i noticed my 4g was real slow but couldnt figure it out, then yesterday i tried to download an app from the play store that ive had before, well i couldnt find it, thats when i noticed my phone says its a LG-P970, now the only thing i have done is root, i did the software upgrade with my laptop and LG Mobile S