24 شىء تفعلها بمجرد تنصيب توزيعة fedora 23

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    24 شىء تفعلها بمجرد تنصيب توزيعة fedora 23



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    Update your system
    To run the update, use the following command:

    كود:
    sudo dnf update
    Fedora 23 Workstation has been released and we are closely following it ever since. We have already covered an installation guide for new comers:

    1. Fedora 23 Workstation Installation Guide
    And a step by step guide on how to upgrade from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23:

    1. Upgrade Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 Using DNF
    We know that many of you most probably have already installed Fedora 23 or just upgraded to it and you are now eager to play with it.

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    24 Things to Do After Fedora 23 Installation

    In this guide, we will show you some useful tips on what to do after installing Fedora 23 Workstation to make it even better.

    1. Update Fedora 23 Packages
    Even though you might have just installed/upgraded Fedora 23, there will most probably be packages available for update. After all Fedora is the one to always use the latest releases of each software it has and package updates are released quite often.

    To run the update, use the following command:

    # dnf update

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    Set Hostname in Fedora 23

    First list the current hostname using the following command:

    كود:
    # hostnamectl status
    Sample Output

    Fedora 23 Workstation has been released and we are closely following it ever since. We have already covered an installation guide for new comers:

    1. Fedora 23 Workstation Installation Guide
    And a step by step guide on how to upgrade from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23:

    1. Upgrade Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 Using DNF
    We know that many of you most probably have already installed Fedora 23 or just upgraded to it and you are now eager to play with it.

    [​IMG]
    24 Things to Do After Fedora 23 Installation

    In this guide, we will show you some useful tips on what to do after installing Fedora 23 Workstation to make it even better.

    1. Update Fedora 23 Packages
    Even though you might have just installed/upgraded Fedora 23, there will most probably be packages available for update. After all Fedora is the one to always use the latest releases of each software it has and package updates are released quite often.

    To run the update, use the following command:

    # dnf update

    [​IMG]
    Update Fedora 23

    2. Set Hostname in Fedora 23
    We will use hostnamectl command, which is used to query and set system hostname and related settings. This tool is used to manage three different hostnames classes and they are: static, pretty, and transient.

    The static host name is the universal hostname, which can be selected by the system user, and is saved in the /etc/hostname file.

    Here, we will not going to discuss much about pretty, and transient hostnames classes, our main motive is to set system hostname, so here we go…

    First list the current hostname using the following command:

    # hostnamectl status

    Sample Output
    Now change Hostname as:
    كود:
    # hostnamectl set-hostname --static “linuxnewz.com”
    Important: It is necessary to reboot your system for the changes to be taken into effect. After reboot, make sure to check the host name similarly as we did above.

    Fedora 23 Workstation has been released and we are closely following it ever since. We have already covered an installation guide for new comers:

    1. Fedora 23 Workstation Installation Guide
    And a step by step guide on how to upgrade from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23:

    1. Upgrade Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 Using DNF
    We know that many of you most probably have already installed Fedora 23 or just upgraded to it and you are now eager to play with it.

    [​IMG]
    24 Things to Do After Fedora 23 Installation

    In this guide, we will show you some useful tips on what to do after installing Fedora 23 Workstation to make it even better.

    1. Update Fedora 23 Packages
    Even though you might have just installed/upgraded Fedora 23, there will most probably be packages available for update. After all Fedora is the one to always use the latest releases of each software it has and package updates are released quite often.

    To run the update, use the following command:

    # dnf update

    [​IMG]
    Update Fedora 23

    2. Set Hostname in Fedora 23
    We will use hostnamectl command, which is used to query and set system hostname and related settings. This tool is used to manage three different hostnames classes and they are: static, pretty, and transient.

    The static host name is the universal hostname, which can be selected by the system user, and is saved in the /etc/hostname file.

    Here, we will not going to discuss much about pretty, and transient hostnames classes, our main motive is to set system hostname, so here we go…

    First list the current hostname using the following command:

    # hostnamectl status

    Sample Output
    Static hostname: www.tecmint.com
    Icon name: computer-vm
    Chassis: vm
    Machine ID: 458842014b6c41f9b4aadcc8db4a2f4f
    Boot ID: 7ac08b56d02a4cb4a5c5b3fdd30a12e0
    Virtualization: kvm
    Operating System: Fedora 23 (Workstation Edition)
    CPE OS Name: cpe:/o:fedoraproject:fedora:23
    Kernel: Linux 4.2.0-300.fc23.x86_64
    Architecture: x86-64

    Now change Hostname as:

    # hostnamectl set-hostname --static “linuxnewz.com”

    Important: It is necessary to reboot your system for the changes to be taken into effect. After reboot, make sure to check the host name similarly as we did above.

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    Set Static IP Address in Fedora 23

    Fedora 23 Workstation has been released and we are closely following it ever since. We have already covered an installation guide for new comers:

    1. Fedora 23 Workstation Installation Guide
    And a step by step guide on how to upgrade from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23:

    1. Upgrade Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 Using DNF
    We know that many of you most probably have already installed Fedora 23 or just upgraded to it and you are now eager to play with it.

    [​IMG]
    24 Things to Do After Fedora 23 Installation

    In this guide, we will show you some useful tips on what to do after installing Fedora 23 Workstation to make it even better.

    1. Update Fedora 23 Packages
    Even though you might have just installed/upgraded Fedora 23, there will most probably be packages available for update. After all Fedora is the one to always use the latest releases of each software it has and package updates are released quite often.

    To run the update, use the following command:

    # dnf update

    [​IMG]
    Update Fedora 23

    2. Set Hostname in Fedora 23
    We will use hostnamectl command, which is used to query and set system hostname and related settings. This tool is used to manage three different hostnames classes and they are: static, pretty, and transient.

    The static host name is the universal hostname, which can be selected by the system user, and is saved in the /etc/hostname file.

    Here, we will not going to discuss much about pretty, and transient hostnames classes, our main motive is to set system hostname, so here we go…

    First list the current hostname using the following command:

    # hostnamectl status

    Sample Output
    Static hostname: www.tecmint.com
    Icon name: computer-vm
    Chassis: vm
    Machine ID: 458842014b6c41f9b4aadcc8db4a2f4f
    Boot ID: 7ac08b56d02a4cb4a5c5b3fdd30a12e0
    Virtualization: kvm
    Operating System: Fedora 23 (Workstation Edition)
    CPE OS Name: cpe:/o:fedoraproject:fedora:23
    Kernel: Linux 4.2.0-300.fc23.x86_64
    Architecture: x86-64
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    more here

    http://www.tecmint.com/things-to-do-after-fedora-23-installation/


    http://www.attabot.org/linux/things-installing-fedora-22-post-installation-guide/

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