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have a look, really nice distro !!

 

cheers

 

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the menu bar, theres a tv viewer there ! gotta test that out soon :)

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the 'computer' icon is new since fedora core release 1

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xchat/gaim and k3b screeenshot

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checkout how to check your display !

 

gone is

 

redhat-config-xfree86

 

replaced with

 

system-config-display

 

more logical i guess :)

 

thumbs up from me !!!

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the same goes for pretty much all those redhat-bla-bla commands,

 

most are now

 

system-config-bla

 

see below

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edutaintment is also new on the menu

 

have a look

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ah ! finally a network monitor applet that you can add - similar to xp/2k's show 'icon in notification area when connected'

 

i like it ! but it's dam big and this is a 21 inch monitor running @ 1600x1200@85hz

 

anyway, have a look

 

and yes i am aware of the wireless applet that did the same in redhat 8/9/fedora core release 1

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theres even gkrellm

 

a system monitor tool

 

check it out !

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tsclient (mstsc.exe/rdesktop) to windows 2003 advanced server

 

open a console and type

 

tsclient

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no mp3 yet, but thats ok

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Where is the gkrellm system onitor because i can't find it!! it wasn;t installed and i can't find it under add/Remove packages either! i want it!

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I installed the Fedora core 2, the gkrellm wasn't there, all i did just apt-get install gkrellm

 

now the gkrellm's icon is in the menu. :) hope this help ya

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phryx: You need to do this: apt-get update. then apt-get install gkrellm

 

Hope this helps

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My little laptop running gnome with terms only right now, currently looking for a nice splashscreen to go with the current background so i dont have to make one from scratch.

 

Hope you all like it. :)

 

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