Tweak Your Fedora System Using Fedy

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Tweak Your Fedora System Using Fedy

Post by Basher52 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 2:33 am

Fedy, formerly known as Fedora utils, is an open source collection of useful utilities such as mp3 support, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java and much more that Fedora doesn’t ship by default. Fedy lets you to install all the utilities with just a single click and you can customize/tweak your Fedora Linux as per your liking. Not only utilities, we can easily add repositories, so don’t bother about downloading and adding .repo files manually.

Fedy has a built-in-updater, so that it can easily update itself. Also It will automatically find download links for updates of your software’s, and add repositories wherever possible. So you don’t have to worry about the updates. Fedy is developed by an Indian developer Satya Sahoo and released under GNU GPL V3.0. It can be easily extensible via Plugin’s, and the source code is publicly available on GitHub for those who want to play with the source code, and to know what it does exactly.


http://www.unixmen.com/tweak-fedora-system-using-fedy/

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