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To install chromium browser in fedora you need to add a repo file to the yum.repos.d dir as it is not available in rpm fusion repos. So download the repo file from the link below: https://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/spot/ Right click on the fedora-chromium-stable.repo and save it to you hard drive by selecting “Save Link As”. Now open terminal […]

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elementaryOS is quite in news now a days and well it deserve that spot. It is one of those OS which really need praise and backup. The guys behind this OS are simply awesome, they are not full time developers but still managing it quite well. Luna is on its way, still in beta stage. […]

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Artha is nice and well written dictionary application for Linux. The good thing about it is that it can work offline, which means it will pull the database during installation so that it can work offline. So next time if you are not connected to internet and want to search some word meaning, Artha will […]

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Calligra team has announced the 1st ever stable release of Calligra suit formerly known as KOffice. It is combination of office suite, graphic apps and management app. There are many improvements over time and the transition was made in the mean time from KOffice to focus on a separate product. There are two touch computing […]

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When we talk about Linux, comes to mind that there are many ways to go around with many stuff. Like to be more specific we can install skype through many ways. The way which i will show today is may be not different but will be easy and at the end you will have skype […]

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Hi folks, Some interesting news we have here, that Oracle halting commercial interest for OpenOffice. And at the mean time we have beta 1 for LibreOffice, this is now great news. Some of the features are listed below for this release: added navigation buttons to writer Replaced unhide text button by icon buttons Mouse wheel […]

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