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.
To use only 2 cores of the CPU of the computer, do the following action after opening a terminal window in Linux, where Device10.avd is the Android 10 AVD created: $ vi ~/.android/avd/Device10.avd/config.ini <enter> Change the values in red for the below parameters in the file to those in blue as below.hw.cpu.ncore=4 hw.cpu.ncore=2 Save the … Continue reading How to enable Android Studio AVD to use only lesser number of CPUs than available on the computer
To identify which system processes take how much time when booting your Linux system, open a terminal window, at type the following command: $ sudo systemd-analyze blame <enter>
To change the host name on Fedora Linux, do the following: Open a terminal window Login as root Add the host name to /etc/hosts Add the host name to /etc/syconfig/network Reboot your computer Add the host name to /etc/hosts # vi /etc/hosts <enter> Add below line to the end of the file 192.168.1.101 american.domain.com american … Continue reading Change host name in Fedora Linux