To install KVM on Fedora, open a terminal window and enter:$ sudo dnf -y install bridge-utils libvirt virt-install qemu-kvm <enter> Next, install virtual machine management tools:$ sudo dnf -y install virt-top libguestfs-tools <enter> Start the daemon:$ sudo systemctl start libvirtd <enter>$ sudo systemctl enable libvirtd <enter> This is a required step to use Android Studio's … Continue reading How to install kvm on Fedora Linux
Fedora has not put the vlc media player in it's official repos. To install it and various other such applications not available in the Fedora repos, add the rpmfusion repository to the package manager and use it to download vlc. To add the rpmfusion repos, open a terminal window and enter the following commands: $ … Continue reading How to install vlc and other applications not available in the Fedora repositories via rpmfusion
To check for updates in Fedora 32, open a terminal window and enter the following commands: $ sudo dnf check-update <enter>$ sudo dnf update <enter> This will look for updated rpm files and ensure that the system is patched. Note that "dnf" works similar to "yum" used earlier on Fedora.
Fastestmirror and deltarpm are perhaps the best features of Fedora, but they are not available by default on the Fedora 32 workstation. To enable these fastestmirror and deltarpm, open a terminal window and do the following: $ sudo vi /etc/dnf/dnf.conf <enter>Add the following two lines to the end of the filefastestmirror=truedeltarpm=true:wq Once the above has … Continue reading How to enable fastestmirror and deltarpms in Fedora