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Tweaking Your Fedora Installation For Maximum Productivity & Features

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The Fedora Project has always had a stance, both for legal and philosophical reasons, to not ship or make available by default non-free software such as Google Chrome, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java, DVD and MP3 playback, etc. While this stance is arguably a noble one and one to be commended, it does tend to run contrary to what a user might consider a "working desktop."

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How to protect your GNU/Linux computer from remote attacks with Fail2ban

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Governments around the world are hacking into any computer that they can find. They are not just targeting large companies, but any computer that has information that they can sell. Is there anything on your computer that some hacker could sell for money? When was the last time you looked at your /var/log/auth.log file?

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