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Fedora 13 comes with Mozilla Firefox and by default doesn’t have Chromium installed. Chromium is an open source browser developed by Google. The reasons Chromium is not part of official Fedora repository is well explained by Joe Brockmeier at Making Projects Easier to Package: Why Chromium Isn’t in Fedora. However, Tom ‘Spot’ Callaway, Fedora Engineering Manager, has created a rpm repository with precompiled versions of the chromium browser. Following is how we can install Chromium on Fedora 13.
1. Open a terminal window and type
2. Create a chromium.repo file in /etc/yum.repos.d More >
One of my favourite IMs is Pidgin. Though I don’t use it on my Windows partition, it’s a must piece of software on my Ubuntu partition. With Pidgin, I don’t have to miss gtalk client on Ubuntu. Moreover, I can also configure my facebook chat to see my facebook friends if they are online and chat with them without having to login to facebook (which I hate to). Let’s see how to install the facebook plugin for pidgin.Home Page
Pidgin is an easy to use and free chat client used by millions. Connect to AIM, MSN, Yahoo, and more chat networks all at