So I recently picked up a brand new S3 from T-Mobile at Walmart for 300 bucks. Only thing is the phone seems really buggy. Slow. why so slow for being brand new? Could this be due to all the bloatware on it from T-Mobile?
I have created a new file new.repo in /etc/yum.reos.d/.
Here is the content of new.repo file
I am getting following error when I try to search for
Phoronix: Fedora Might Try A New Scheduling Strategy For Its Releases
It's no secret that Fedora has had a challenging time sticking to their release schedules for a long time. With taking care of blocker bugs, Fedora Linux releases tend to frequently slip -- with Fedora 21 it's about two months behind schedule and we're just past the alpha stage.
I have a GDK immersion application, where the launcher Activity acquires aSCREEN_DIM_WAKE_LOCK WakeLock. The app also has a Service which will receive chat messages and starts an Intent for an Activity to display each one. Whenever the message Activity is opened, I want to brighten the screen. However, all of the methods I have found so not seem to work.
The first alpha of Fedora 16 was released yesterday (August 23, 2011). As you might expect, this is buggy, really buggy. While bug hunting is in progress, here are a few screenshots from the KDE and GNOME editions. A few of them have already been posted here, but the rest are new. In that article, [...]
Fedora in general tends to have a more liberal update policy than Ubuntu and others when it comes to stable releases of software; new versions of the Linux kernel are shipped down to stable releases of Fedora, etc.
I have a notebook with important software for my work, OS installed is fedora 19. I planned to migrate from my notebook to my new desktop pc. My notebook is Lenovo G480 and desktop pc Lenovo H5 series. I already cloning my notebook into a brand new harddisk and then try to boot that HDD into desktop pc, but it won't recognize any OS there.