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Installing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB and PHP) on Fedora 22 - 0 views

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    "The LAMP abbreviations is taken from the first letter of each package that it has - Linux, Apache, MariaDB and PHP . Since you already have Fedora installed, the Linux part is complete, else you can follow the following guides to install Fedora 22."
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    "The LAMP abbreviations is taken from the first letter of each package that it has - Linux, Apache, MariaDB and PHP . Since you already have Fedora installed, the Linux part is complete, else you can follow the following guides to install Fedora 22."
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Installing VLC Media Player in Fedora 20 | Abhishek's Blog - 0 views

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    So you wish to install VLC Media Player in your Fedora ! Here's how: Step 1: Install RPM Fusion. RPM Fusion is a repository of add-on packages for Fedora and EL+EPEL maintained by a group of volunt...
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4 gui applications for installing Linux from USB key | LinuxBSDos.com - 0 views

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    "The traditional and most common method of installing Linux is by burning the installation ISO image to a CD or DVD. But with many laptops, notebooks, ultra notebooks, subnotebooks shipping without an optical drive, installation via USB flash stick has become the most common method for installing Linux on these types of computers" # ! #Freedom to #Go.
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    "The traditional and most common method of installing Linux is by burning the installation ISO image to a CD or DVD. But with many laptops, notebooks, ultra notebooks, subnotebooks shipping without an optical drive, installation via USB flash stick has become the most common method for installing Linux on these types of computers"
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Installing the GNU Gnash Flash Player | Gnash Project - 3 views

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    [... GNU Gnash is GNU's response to closed source Flash media players from Macromedia. The goal of the project is to provide a free and open source flash player for everyone to use that's more reliable than it's closed source counterpart. ...]
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