How to install RabbitVCS on Fedora systems

Install RabbitVCS on Fedora is easy and provides a collection of graphical tools providing simple and straightforward access to version control systems from interfaces you already use. RabbitVCS offers Subversion and Git integration from Finder, Nautilus and Thunar file managers, and the Gedit text editor. It is free/libre/open-source software written in Python using the PyGObject library and it’s inspired by[…]

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Quick analysis of a Linux system

Sometimes happens that you need to take a look at an unknown Linux system or that you have to quickly analyze the problems of a Linux server. You’re lucky because, on Linux, there are some commands to start an in-depth analysis and that serve to understand what’s happening behind the scene.   Looking, administer, analysis. Going down with command line[…]

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