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Re: Fedora Frog - problem solver for Fedora

thanks for feedback :)

it's in hidden directory (in home) so user can install it without
needing root. root's pasword ir needed only once... And hidden so that
it doesn't mix with other files...

any more comments?? any suggestions what else should be included in
this script???

On 4/13/06, Tony Nelson <tonynelson georgeanelson com> wrote:
> At 1:00 PM +0300 4/13/06, Raivis Dejus wrote:
> >Hi
> >
> >I have created GUI script for Fedora called Fedora Frog, that can help
> >Fedora starters and pros to install programms, plugins and some tweaks
> >that are usually needed when you start using Linux.  If someone asks
> >for an easy and quick way to get fedora working this script could be
> >one of ways to do it.
> >
> >You can find what Fedora Frog can do and how to get it here:
> >http://easylinux.info/wiki/Fedora_frog
> >
> >
> >All comments and/or suggestions are welcome.
> >From reading the wiki:
> In "What is it?", typo "scrit".
> At the end of "What can it do for me?", the "Note: it is recomended to run
> update before you run Fedora Frog" isn't enough for the target audience.
> How about "Note: it is recommended to update your system before you run
> Fedora Frog.  Type the command:
>     su -c "yum update" -
> and enter the root password when prompted."  BTW, "recommended".
> It seems odd to me that Fedora Frog is put into a hidden directory.  I'd
> sort of expect it to be in /usr/local or /opt, anyway, not that I've looked
> to see where it really goes.
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