How To install PLUG Linux Software for Fender Mustang on Fedora24

Introduction ok, so you are a guitar player and you have a Fender Mustang amplifier and in the past you have had a WIndows sysytem running Fender FUSE software to edit your amp. Now you have a Linux system and would like to do the same, well no fear we have PLUG. PLUG is Linux Software for Fender Mustang Amplifiers. It is available in the Fedora 24 reposiitory for version 1.1, but in this post we will be... read more

How To Install Ardour 4 on Fedora 24

Introduction Ardour is an open source DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). It is available on almost every Linux Distribution. In this post we will cover how to install Ardour 4 on a Fedora 23/24 system. Installation Login to your system and open a terminal session. Type the following command. $ sudo dnf install ardour4 Once installation is completed there are a few configurations to make. First we need to... read more

Microsoft Releases PowerShell for Linux and OSX

Alright, I hear the comments now from the Linux guys, me included. PowerShell on Linux? Well yes, Microsoft has released PowerShell for Linux and OS X. It is available here Feeling a bit adventurous? Go ahead and download the Alpha and start playing. Here are the Installation instructions as per Microsoft. Currently supports Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 7,... read more

How To Configure Network Interface Using IFCONFIG

Introduction One of many useful commands to master as an administrator of Linux systems is the ifconfig command. Ifconfig command is used to configure network interfaces. Ifconfig is used to initialize the network interface and to enable or disable the interfaces. Common Uses Here are several common usages of ifconfig command. View Network Settings of an Ethernet Adapter Ifconfig, when invoked with no... read more

How To Create Ftp Yum Repository On Fedora

Introduction There comes a time when you cannot connect to the internet to your favorite repository for installation of packages. Thankfully we can create our own YUM repositories to have them available locally on our networks. YUM stands for  Yellow Dog Modifier and is the Red Hat package manager that is able to query for information about available packages, fetch packages from repositories, install and... read more

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