Fedora

Guides, information, and news about the Fedora operating system for users, developers, system administrators, and community members.
  1. TCP Window scaling, timestamps and SACK. How to use system acknowledgements and window scaling with tcp to enhance networking performance and remain secure.
  2. A how to guide for installing Fedora on a Raspberry Pi gen. 3 model B.
  3. To a veteran user of other distributions, Fedora can be a challenge. If you are making the transition from another distribution, here are a few observations and tips to get you started.
  4. Create a backup of your Pet toolbox container. If you have ever spent time setting up a toolbox container and would like to back it up, this article is for you.
  5. With people doing video conferencing all day, good audio has recently become much more important. The best option is obviously a proper audio studio. Unfortunately, this is not something you will always have and you might need to make do with a much simpler setup. In such situations, a noise reduction filter that keeps your […]
  6. This final part to the series demonstrating Perl with Tic-Tac-Toe provides a module to make the computer even smarter – perhaps too smart! Can you beat it?
  7. In part three of the LaTeX typesetting series, learn about basic formatting of page layout and style, table of contents, and title sections.
  8. As part of the 8.0 pre-release announcement, the OpenSSH project stated that they consider the scp protocol outdated, inflexible, and not readily fixed. They then go on to recommend the use of sftp or rsync for file transfer instead. Many users grew up on the scp command, however, and so are not familiar with rsync. […]
  9. Howto for using ML-Pack for spam classification on Fedora. Ml-Pack is a small footprint C++ Machine Learning Library.
  10. When you can't reach your SSH server directly, a proxy server can be a way to get through. This article shows how to use Squid to set up an SSH proxy.