CentOS/Fedora/OpenSUSE Instructions. Tor packages for RPM-based linux distributions.
Do not use the packages in the native repositories. They are frequently out of date. That means you'll be missing stability and security fixes. You'll need to set up our package repository before you can fetch Tor. Repositories contain i686 and x86_64 builds. Fedora 21/22 and EL6/7 packages For Fedora 21, Fedora 22, RHEL 6, RHEL 7 (and clones), use following repo file - substitute DISTRIBUTION with one of the following: fc/21, fc/22, el/6, el/7 according to your distribution.
How to install & use ClamAV on FEDORA. Update This procedure work for FEDORA 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 Even if, until now, you don’t really need to install an Antivirus on a home desktop (especially if you use only non-Windows System) you may need to check some USB flash drive or optical disk for virus before exchange files with a Windows “Friend”.
First of all, perform a system update under superuser [root@nowin]# yum update -y Then install ClamAV [root@nowin]# yum install clamav freshclam [root@nowin]# yum install clamav clamav-update (Thanks to Helio Zwi for the update) Edit the configuration file with your favorite editor [root@nowin]# vi /etc/freshclam.conf and perform the following change: 1-add a # in front of “Exemple” (to comment/disable it) # Comment or remove the line below. 2-uncomment (remove the # in front of) the line “DNSDatabaseInfo current.cvd.clamav.net” # Use DNS to verify virus database version.
. # Uncomment the following line and replace XY with your country # code. 15 Beautiful Ubuntu GDM Themes. Building on *NIX · jgeboski/purple-facebook Wiki. Dependencies Make sure glib, json-glib, libpurple (pidgin), and zlib are installed with their headers and development information.
If these packages came from the distribution's repository, they will likely need additional development packages, usually suffixed with -dev. Debian and Derivatives (Ubuntu, Mint, etc) Only required for git builds (not release tarballs): autoconfautomakelibtoolmercurialbuild-essentiallibglib2.0-devlibjson-glib-devlibpurple-devzlib1g-dev Compiling You can build either from a release tarball (which is slightly easier and takes less time), or from the latest git/mercurial revision (if you really need something not included in the last release).
From A Release Tarball Download the latest release tarball. $ tar xvf purple-facebook-*.tar.gz $ cd purple-facebook-* $ . From the Git Repository Building from this git repository additionally requires autoconf, automake and mercurial (for update.sh). Disable Tracker on Fedora 21 / Fedora 20. Question sent in by Townsen from Wisconsin.
Q: I have some tracker processes running high CPU on my machine and can't figure out how to get rid of them. When they are running it makes my video choppy and slows down my machine drastically. I have read several articles on how to uninstall tracker, but they always warn that it could break other applications. Can you give me any help? A: I have been through the same thing, and it wasn't fun. If you are using a higher end system usually tracker doesn't get in your way, except for the initial index. Some of the processes that people report causing issues are: tracker-store tracker-miner-fs tracker-extract To answer your question, there is no need to uninstall or disable Tracker. If you don't already have it installed, let's install the tracker-preferences package like so: First, I unchecked all the options under the Semantics section and also set "Only when computer is not being used" in the Limitations section.
That's it. Gnome shell extenstions have to be turned back on after reboot. How To Set Up A Wireless Hotspot (Access Point Mode) That Supports Android In Ubuntu. Update: While it may still work, AP-Hotspot is abandoned.
That's because there are too many things that depend on the hardware and since I can only test it on one device, that makes the script unreliable for others and for me, pretty much impossible to fix some issues. A wireless hotspot enables a computer to serve as a router over Wi-Fi. Ubuntu lets you easily create a wireless hotspot by using the Network Manager, but it uses an ad hoc network and most Android and Windows Phone devices can't connect to such networks. For this reason, I've created (in collaboration with Satya) a script called AP-Hotspot that automatically creates an infrastructure (Access Point mode) wireless hotspot in Ubuntu that should work with Android and Windows Phone devices.
Install Conky Manager 2.1 in Ubuntu 14.04. Conky Manager is a graphical tool for managing Conky configuration files.
Conky Manager lets you start/stop, edit and browse Conky themes. You can run it on startup, and you have the options of changing the location, size and transparency of the Conky widget window. You can also tweak the time and network interface settings. Here's how you can install it in Ubuntu 14.04.