How to install Docker in Fedora?

install docker in fedora

Docker is a platform that makes it easier to create, deploy, and use an application using containers. A container contains an application with all parts of it needed such as libraries and other dependencies, and ships it as one package. Instead of using dedicated resources like virtual machines, docker shares kernel, and other resources of the … Read more

How to install Google Chrome in Fedora?

Google Chrome is one of the most widely used web browsers in the world. It is a safe, fast, and easy-to-use browser developed by Google. Mostly it is liked for its clean interface and performance. The functionalities of the Google Chrome browser can be extended by using available extensions. You can download Google Chrome for Windows, … Read more

How to install MongoDB in Fedora?

MongoDB is a cross-platform, source available, document database. It is classified as a No SQL database and uses JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas that means like a relational database it does not requires predefined schemas for entering data in the database. MongoDB is developed by MongoDB Inc and licensed under the SSPL (Server Side Public License). In this … Read more

How to install Lightworks in Fedora?

install lightworks in fedora

Lightworks is a feature-rich, professional, non-linear video editing software. It is a cross-platform software available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. Lightworks supports editing of full HD and 4K videos. Lightworks is available in two versions free and paid versions. In this article, I will discuss how to install Lightworks video editing software in Fedora Linux. I … Read more

How to Install apt or apt-get and Synaptic on RedHat Linux or Fedora

Quick and simple to do command line apt: System-wide proxy set up: If you have to use a proxy then you can set it up system-wide here: Make some changes to /etc/profile just before the following line: export PATH USER LOGNAME MAIL HOSTNAME HISTSIZE INPUTRC When you’re done it will look like this: http_proxy=http://proxy.mydomain.com:8080 https_proxy=https://proxy.mydomain.com:8080 … Read more