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Dual Booting Fedora and Windows 7

I purchased a new Toshiba NB305 netbook this week (in Blue to match Fedora).  It came with Windows 7 Starter Edition, the one that’s been slightly stripped down.  My intention was to dual-boot Fedora 12 and Windows 7, so I used the Fedora 12 Unity DVD I downloaded the weekend before, burned it to a …

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Fedora Kernels and Package Cleanup

If you want to clean off old kernels on your system, do this as root: Change /etc/yum.conf – find this:installonly_limit=3 change to:installonly_limit=2 save Next, run ‘package-cleanup –oldkernels’ This will remove old kernel and kernel-devel packages based on the value of the‘installonly_limit=’ option. This will keep two kernels installed at any one time instead of three. …

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2008 OLUG Linux InstallFest

The 2008 OLUG Linux Installfest will be on Saturday, May 17th, 2008 at Turning Point in Omaha, Nebraska. We’ll be using Ubuntu 8.04 as the main distro of choice. I hope to see you there!

OLUG Summer Linux InstallFest 2005

The OLUG Summer Linux InstallFest (pdf) for 2005 will be on Saturday, July 16th, from 12:00 PM until 6:00 PM at AIM/Clarkson College on 44th and Douglas.

Fedora Core 4 scheduled for June 13th 2005

Fedora Core 4 is scheduled for release on Monday, June 13th. Bittorrent links should be available here on release day. The Fedora Project Wiki contains documentation related to Fedora Core, The Fedora Project and more.


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