Month: September 2016

How to install Spotify on Fedora 23 from RPM package

install Spotify Client on Fedora release 23 from RPM using DNF upgrade method
Spotify is a music, podcast, and video streaming service that provides digital rights management–protected content from different record companies. Spotify provides access to over 30 million songs, with more music being added approximately every day including albums, EPs, and singles.

In this article we present how to install Spotify Client on Fedora release 23 from RPM using DNF package manager.
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Upgrade from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 or higher release using DNF

DNF system upgrade is recommended upgrade method for Fedora 21 and later releases. DNF is a kind of successor for FedUp (FEDora UPgrader), which is now obsolete, not supported any more by Fedora Project and should not be used any longer.

In this article we upgrade from Fedora release 22 (Twenty Two) to Fedora release 23 (Twenty Three) or higher release in few simple steps, using DNF system upgrade method.
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Mount | Modify | Edit | Repack | Create UEFI ISO with Kickstart File inside

Mount Modify Edit Re-pack Create UEFI ISO including Kickstart file
Linux installation process can be simplified by means of Kickstart Installation method, used in Linux distributions like: Red Hat, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, Ubuntu. This method utilizes so called Kickstart File, which describes the configuration, required setup and post installation tasks for Kickstart Linux installation.

Kickstart File can be placed in the remote repository, accesible via NFS, HTTP, FTP, etc…, or can be included in ISO image, which is pretty convenient, especially when we don’t want to or don’t have a possibility to create network repository to store a Kickstart File.

In this tutorial we will download original CentOS 7.2 / RHEL 7.2 ISO image, mount it in the Linux file system, modify it by adding Kickstart File (ks.cfg) and re-pack it to create custom UEFI bootable RHEL 7.2 ISO image using mkisofs command.
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