I have uninstalled my distro's (Debian Wheezy) package of torchat, and use a newer version I've built myself. Since removing the package apt-get wants me to autoremove something which the software I've built still depends on.
hi.I was wondering if i could get an oracle 10g version that is guaranteed to work for fedora 10.I know they have downloads for linux and possibly fedora 4 but will they workon fedora 10.I thought about using wine to run the windows version of the installer but it seems wine cant 'emulate' everything.If the above stated courses of action are not possible,what 'easy to learn' software could i use t
:fp:I am new here and I know Fedora 13 is and older version, but I can't find a link that will work. They all seem to time out half way through the download. I searched the forum but short of purchasing on dvd I dont know how to get it. I need it for a class to finish up a lab this weekend. I have been sick so.... Next I hope it will run on my windows 7 pro laptop with VMWare Player??!!
If anyone is wondering whether it is possible to install a 'real' Linux - and Fedora - on the Via APC, then it can be done (just...)
After some pioneering work by Mike Thompson of the Raspbian project, to get a version of the APC-supplied GPL kernel code to compile and boot from a micro-SD card, I have managed to get Fedora running as well..
The bad news is, that it is an ancient version (Fe
Hi, I'm new to the Fedora OS.. I've used Windows 7 before... I haven't used Linux at all.. I tried out Fedora (version 19 I think) yesterday, which my friend gave me (he uses Ubuntu 13.04... but i liked fedora more)... But the Synaptics Touchpad on my Wipro EGO laptop did not work at all.. It did not respond at all.. I called him up and he asked me to post a question here...
I am trying to install Fedora 17, 32 bit version, as a virtual machine on my MacBook Pro with 64 bit Mountain Lion using Parallels 8. The reason I chose Parallels over VMWare Fusion is because it seemed easier to install Fedora in Parallels - just choose it from the menu and viola!
Hi, I am currently using Fedora 11 on all my systems, I have the Fedora 7 theme almost down to an art, but one thing, the title bars. I am currently using the clearlooks classic theme, but Fedora 7 seems to have a slightly different look. I would like to get that last little piece.
I am about to install my own Kolab-Server. However the Kolab-Documentation only included Fedora 18 and earlier. When searching for Kolab and Fedora 19 I found a discussion, that Kolab should become part of Fedora, but nothing solid.
Does anyone know, if Kolab will be integrated into Fedora?