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Using Linux configuration tools to setup, setting and configure Linux Fedora operating system. The list of graphical and text base command tool to configure Linux services including server, client setting and user environment setting.

Update Fedora

 

Update Fedora for Patch and BugFix using yum

 


Using YUM Install and Manage Software on Fedora

 

Using YUM Install and Manage Software on Fedora

 

   Software installation and Management tool on Fedora using YUM.  YUM is widely use in Linux operating system and specify on Fedora system as software installation tool and software management tools.  YUM can be use using yum command line or use with the graphical front end tool such as yumex. The step by step example below show on how to using YUM to Install, Update, Remove and Manage software on Fedora Linux.  The yum command list below tested on Fedora system to show the example and how we can use yum command to install, update, remove and manage the software package on the system.

 


Show Hardware Information and Driver on Linux Fedora using smolt

 

Show Hardware Information and Driver on Linux Fedora using smolt.

 


Configure Apache httpd using system-config-httpd

 

Configure Apache httpd using system-config-httpd graphical configuration tools.

 

   On Fedora system, Apache httpd web server can be configure using the configuration file http.conf or using Apache httpd graphical configuration tool HTTP (system-config-httpd).  The step by step below show how you can access and using system-config-httpd configuration tool to configure Apache httpd on Fedora 11 system.

 

Using system-config-httpd

 


Step by Step Install Webmin on Fedora 10 using yum localinstall

 

Step by Step Install Webmin on Fedora 10 using yum localinstall

 


View System Log Files on Linux Fedora 10 using gnome-system-log

 

Step by Step View System Log Files on Linux Fedora 10 using gnome-system-log

 

   The gnome-system-log or Gnome System Log viewer can be very useful tools to view system log files on Fedora Linux Desktop (Gnome Desktop).  The article below show the step by step to open and view system log files on Linux Fedora 10 using gnome-system-log graphical user interface utility tool on Gnome desktop.

 

Open Gnome System Log from Linux Fedora 10 desktop menu bar:

 


Show Hardware Device Information on Linux Fedora Desktop using lshw

 

Step by Step Show Hardware Device Information on Linux Fedora Desktop using lshw

 

   The step by step example below show the example of lshw command with -X option ( lshw-gui command) to show hardware device information on Linux Fedora desktop.  The lshw -X command ( lshw-gui command ) must be execute in Graphical User Interface (GUI desktop) environment in order to see the hardware device information on graphical window screen.  You may get error output if execute lshw -X (lshw-gui) if not log in on Graphical User Interface Desktop mode.

 


Using ntsysv Tool to Check and Configure Runlevel Startup Services

 

Using ntsysv Tool to Check and Configure Runlevel Startup Services

 

   The ntsysv is tool that provide simple interface that can be use to configure runlevels on Linux Fedora operating system.... the ntsysv tool is use for activate or deactivate the startup services on specific runlevel.  The default service that start up the Linux computer boot up can be configure using the ntsysv tool...  The step by step example below show the use of ntsysv on Linux Fedora 9.

 


Add/Remove Software, Package Manager and Pirut

 

Manage Software Using Add/Remove Software, Package Manager and Pirut

 

   The Add/Remove Software is the software package manager that can allow you to view and manage software package on Fedora system.  The Add/Remove Software is also known as pirut and Package Manager.  The step by sep example below show how to invoke the Add/Remove Software and explain briefly the functionality of the software. 

 

Invoke Add/Remove Software.

 


Using system-cdinstall-helper administration tool.

 

Using system-cdinstall-helper administration tool.

 

 


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