Fusion LinuxFusion Linux is a completely free and open-source, Linux based operating system and a Fedora Remix. It is an installable Live DVD/USB image that includes multimedia functionality out of the box with added desktop tweaks for better usability and additional software. The Live image can be installed to your hard disk. Fusion Linux is 100% compatible with Fedora, and includes packages from Fedora and RPM Fusion software repositories with some additional custom packages.
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Twitter is badly broken on Fedora 14 either because most twitter clients (like pino, qwit and mitter) don’t work with oauth bazed twitter authorization or crash and cause memory leaks (like gwibber). Chokoq usually works fine but it just has … Continue reading
Chromium browser isn’t available in Fedora repos because of reasons that Tom Callaway raised over two years ago. Most issues are still open. But this is not only a Google #fail, it is also Fedora #fail because every other distro … Continue reading
From dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot.com: Oh boy. I’ve been wanting and waiting to do this comparison test for quite a while now, and now I can finally do it! The problem was that Fusion 14 “Thorium” was just released a few days ago, … Continue reading
There have been lots and lots of development in last week, so here are the highlights. * Examples folder issue resolved Now we can have any thing we want to demo or showcase in “Examples” desktop folder, and … Continue reading
In order to make Fusion release happen we have decided to call in our super secret weapon of last resort – super ninja packagers. Yes that means you. If you have done RPM packages this is going to … Continue reading