Currently there is no official rpm pacakge available for the GUI version of the Seafile 3 client. You can find extensive build instructions here: https://github.com/haiwen/seafile/wiki/Build-and-use-seafile-client-from-source I had to add the Vala package to the dependencies: sudo yum install vala vala-compat wget gcc libevent-devel openssl-devel gtk2-devel libuuid-devel sqlite-devel jansson-devel intltool cmake qt-devel fuse-devel Current versions: https://github.com/haiwen/libsearpc/tags
Thanks to Negativo17’s blog I got skype running. Here’s the step by step: Run all commands as root or vias sudo Add the the negativo17 repo of skype wget http://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-skype.repo -O \ /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-skype.repo Install skype normally via yum yum install skype NB: It considers the sound bug in Fedora 20: On Fedora 20+, the real
Basically, you need to install mono env and use the portable version of keepass: sudo yum -y install mono-core mono-winforms I have yet to figure out how to make a convinient link to the Gnome menu structure.
Additionally to the standard packages which you would install like so from the standard repos of fedora: sudo yum install qesteidutil qdigidoc mozilla-esteid you should also install the pcscd package: sudo yum install pcsc-lite Finally, some useful tool here: sudo yum install pcsc-tools Thanks to this here
Found here: http://www.laurencegellert.com/2012/08/what-is-a-full-stack-developer/ Main points: layers of the full stack: Server, Network, and Hosting Environment. This involves understanding what can break and why, taking no resource for granted. Appropriate use of the file system, cloud storage, network resources, and an understanding of data redundancy and availability is necessary. How does the application scale given the
First of all, make sure you have swap on (see previous post) The Ubuntu droplet needed those packages libdb++-dev libssl-dev libboost1.48-all-dev libgmp-dev the versioning is sometimes tricky, depending on distribution version and a lot of others. I was successfully using 1.46 of the Boost package before, so you might want to try different ones. The
Disclaimer: this should only be used if you can’t partition your drive by yourself, or it would be a hazzle to do so. I’ve used that method to make one compile process work, otherwise I don’t really need it.