Pages with tag workstation

Configuring X Window System using the xorg.conf file

About xorg.conf Traditionally, the xorg.conf file is used to configure an Xorg display server. In Fedora (where an Xorg display server is configured instead of the default Wayland) the X… Read more

Configuring Xorg as the default GNOME session

Wayland is the default GNOME display server, and has been the default in Fedora since Fedora 25. However, users may still need to use the older Xorg display server for… Read more

Creating and using a live installation image

Downloading Fedora You can download Fedora from https://fedoraproject.org/. There are multiple desktops available for use with Fedora. Each has a slightly different look and feel and offers varying levels of… Read more

CUPS – Known Issues

Here are several known issues, which arise with certain circumstances, and there isn’t general solution or upstream didn’t want to add the solution to its project: cups-browsed Cannot print due… Read more

CUPS – Printing and Scanning Terminology

Printing Print queue Abstraction unit in CUPS for a printer - it has a device uri, which represents connection to the device, and can exist with classic driver (PPD file… Read more

CUPS – Useful Tricks

How to install a print queue The fact whether you have to install a printer or not depends on several things: what is the device you want to install -… Read more

Disabling the GNOME automatic screen locking

In the interest of safety and privacy, the GNOME automatic screen lock is enabled by default. When the screen locks after a period of inactivity, you must enter your password… Read more

Displaying a User Prompt on the GNOME Login Screen

To show a user prompt instead of a list of users on the GNOME login screen, open a terminal and perform the following steps: Create a file for the GNOME… Read more

How to enable touchpad click

Scope Fedora tries to make various desktop environments available to its users. Since Fedora tries to stay as close to upstream as possible, we follow the various defaults selected by… Read more

Finding and installing Linux applications

If you are looking for software to run on Fedora Linux, you will discover Fedora-packaged software, EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) and Flatpak apps. Here is an overview of… Read more

Adding New Fonts in Fedora

Fedora pre-installs several basic fonts by default. This page explains how to add new fonts to a Fedora installation. Packaged fonts Did you know Fedora packages several freely-licensed fonts? There… Read more

페도라 시작하기

페도라 프로젝트는 공동체로, 자유 오픈소스 소프트웨어 플랫폼을 만들고, 협업하며, 이를 기반으로 구축된 사용자 중심 솔루션을 서로 나누기 위해 협력합니다. 쉬운 말로 하자면, 우리는 운영체제를 만들고, 사용자가 이를 통해 유용한 작업을… Read more

Setting a key shortcut to run an application in GNOME

If you frequently use a certain application, you can set a keyboard shortcut to quickly launch that application on GNOME. This example shows how to set a key shortcut to… Read more

그놈 셸 확장

From the website: "GNOME Shell extensions are small pieces of code written by third party developers that modify the way GNOME works. (If you are familiar with Chrome Extensions or… Read more

Switching desktop environments

Different Fedora Linux variants (Spins/Labs) have different default environments. For example, the Fedora workstation uses GNOME as its default desktop environment, while the KDE spin will use KDE. Irrespective of… Read more

Troubleshooting Wayland Problems

Wayland is intended as a simpler replacement for X11. Wayland changes the design of a Linux desktop architecture considerably. Unlike X11, there is no dedicated standalone server in Wayland. What… Read more

How to enable nested virtualization in KVM

Nested virtualization allows you to run a virtual machine (VM) inside another VM while still using hardware acceleration from the host. Checking if nested virtualization is supported For Intel processors,… Read more