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Fedora

  1. “pdflatex not found”? Pandoc on Fedora Linux

     Having trouble getting Pandoc to convert your file to pdf? On Fedora linux? Knitter not working in RStudio? etc…There’s a one-stop solution that will get you all of your required dependencies: Fedora’s groups!On Fedora there are collections of tools called “groups” that make setting up an environment for a particular task easier. For instance musicians can use the “Audio Production” group to install a bunch of useful stuff for … audio production.If you’re using pandoc regularly, you’re probably a writer or someone who writes regularly...
  2. DNF Slow on Fedora? Add Fastestmirror to Your dnf.conf

     DNF is a solid advance over Yum. But it’s default behavior may not be what you’re used to. The reason is dnf slow  Case in point is that the old yum plugin fastestmirror is now built in to dnf! However, it’s default setting is OFF. So, the first thing I do when I install Fedora is turn it on so dnf slow is no more!First, open your dnf.conf file.sudo gedit /etc/dnf/dnf.conf(gedit comes standard on Fedora or install nano.)Now add this line to the bottom...
  3. How To Install Mantis on Fedora OS

    This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions on how to install Mantis - Defect Tracker on your Fedora operating system. Mantis is an open source free defect tracking utility that is really easy to configure and use. Its installation is also very easy if you follow the steps that I have mentioned below.Let's get started and Install Mantis ...Start TerminalBecome root: $ suEnter Password: [Root]$ yum updateWait until the update has finished. [Root]$ yum install httpd php php-pdo php-mysql php-gd mysql mysql-serverEnable and start services for both the httpd and mysqld. Go to the...