Having the Show Desktop button on the panel is something everyone would want. If you are unable to find the settings follow the instructions below.
1. Install the kdeplasma-addons package.
# yum install kdeplasma-addons -y
2. Add the Show Desktop widget to the panel.
Have you fallen in love with the command line? Do you use a graphical browser to visit dictionary sites like wiktionary.org?
What does dictd do?
[sudheer@localhost ~]$ yum info dictd Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, refresh-packagekit Installed Packages Name : dictd Arch : i386 Version : 1.10.11 Release : 3 Size : 728 k Repo : installed Summary : DICT protocol (RFC 2229) command-line client URL : http://www.dict.org/ License : GPL+ and zlib and MIT
I encountered this annoying issue today. OpenOffice.Org won't lunch at all. Clicking the OpenOffice.org icon from the GNOME panel application menu and clicking on a ODS file in nautilus had the same results. I could see the window information 'starting openoffice.org' on the bottom GNOME panel. It would soon disappear.
To troubleshoot the issue, I updated the system. There were new OpenOffice.org-* packages available. Updating the packages didn't fix the issue.
Remote Desktop, a software included with Fedora, enables you to connect to remote computer over the internet. Remote desktop will allow you to see and control your connected PC as though you were sitting directly in front of it. In this post, I will discuss how to set up remote desktop on Fedora 9. Here, I will refer to local system as