For those who have not yet heard about ailurus:
What is Ailurus?
What does Ailurus hope to do?
Ailurus hopes to reduce the difficulty which newcomers encounter when they are using Linux.
Ailurus hopes to promote popular open-source software.
Ailurus hopes to promote open-source software which is elegant but has not entered official repository.
What can Ailurus do?
Ailurus can …
- display Linux skills
- install popular software
- change GNOME settings
- display hardware information
- enable some third party repositories#
- clean apt/yum cache#
- backup and recover apt/yum status#
the features marked with \”#\” support Ubuntu/Fedora only
You can go here to get more details. Now here is a link to installing it on Fedora. For those of you who don\’t need to know how to install a package, you should still visit the link to get details on how to install the ailurus plugin to allow installing non free softwares on Fedora 🙂
If you would not want to keep checking for the updates then you can add the ailurus repo and enable it so that as soon as a new version is available, it is updated when you run your regular updates.
Here is what is required :
name=Ailurus Experimental Release
Put this in a repo file in /etc/yum.repos.d and you are done….
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