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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Latest GNOME 3.2 uses new shell extension syntax so “old” GNOME 3.0 extensions don’t work on Fedora 16 or UBUNTU 11.10 using GNOME 3.2 Even when you copy extension to your /home/username/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions folder extensions are disabled by default. To enable … Continue reading
I’m amazed what GNOME team accomplished with GNOME 3.0, this is just an amazingly modern, slick and very usable desktop and at the same time original and not going after OSX or any other desktop. GNOME 3 is far from … Continue reading
There has been a lots and lots of work has been done on artwork since last post. I managed to convert Faenza icons from brown to blue colour using Inkscape, GIMP and bash scripting. Alliance theme author Jean-Luc Tremelet helped … Continue reading