Updating fedora 10
To check your hostname, run the command below: There are some packages not provided by RHEL and Fedora project developers, you can find both free and nonfree packages the in RPMFusion repository, here we shall focus on free packages.
To activate it, execute the following command: --------- On Fedora 24 --------- # rpm -ivh On Fedora 25 --------- # rpm -ivh tweak tool helps you to alter system settings, you can change several features on your Fedora 24/25 system including appearance, top bar, workspace plus so much more.
Since F12 reached end-of-life a few years ago, nothing in it will be updated any further.
is referring to the latest version of the RPM (binary package) for the version of Fedora.
Most of your are probably grumbling about this but, it does not matter whether you have just upgraded or installed the latest version of Fedora.
Regardless, I'd still recommend upgrading Fedora to reduce dependency complications.
It IS possible to upgrade to the new versions without doing the OS upgrade, but you'd have to probably commpile and package it from the source.
These issus are tracked here: - Session startup could fail when connecting from Ubuntu 8.10
id=TR11F02129- NX Session may fail to start on Fedora 9 and 10 due to missing 'fixed' font
Fedora enables you to access your online accounts directly on the system, you add them when you first login after fresh installation or go to system Settings, under the Personal category, click on Online accounts.