Kernel-remover for Fedora

Once you have Fedora running for while you’ll gather a bunch of kernel updates on your harddrive – and it’s likely you’ll need none of the old ones anymore. So from time to time I tend to clean up and remove old kernel packages keeping only the two latest updates. This procedure involves checking for …

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Fedora 16

Fedora 16 has been released for quite a while but I just now decided to make use of my old Acer Aspire 5572 notebook again and install the latest Fedora release. As always, Fedora is more or less equipped with “bleeding edge” software releases – which I appreciate a lot. (By the time of writing: …

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“googlecl” RPM for Fedora

Recently Google released a command line tool to manage it’s many different services: googlecl. This might be handy for those who want to script some operations. It’s quite simple to use, i.e.: # google picasa post title <PHOTOALBUM> /path/to/photo.jpg would upload “photo.jpg” to the Picasa album <PHOTOALBUM>. Run # google –help for more options or …

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