Tora installation on Fedora 16 with rpm

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Last article I talked about tora installation from the sources, but if that is too much for you then you can use this one liner:

rpm -ivh ""

But if you like the hard way out, then you can always try this.

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Color disk usage on Fedora

For this tip, you would need to setup the rpm-shere repository. You can get the information here. Once you have done that you need to install the cdu package with the following command:

sudo yum install cdu

And then you can use “cdu” to view the disk usage in all beautiful colors with the command:


and the output looks like this:

cdu screenshot
cdu screenshot
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Interesting repository for Fedora.

Here is one repository that you can add to your Fedora to give it a few more hundred packages:

cat >/etc/yum.repos.d/rpm-sphere.repo <<EOF
name=RPM Sphere
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