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Patriotism

If you can do one thing well

Do that one thing the best way you can

for the country.


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Donato Roque
Blogger since 2007.
Linux user since 2005.
Fedora 22 and Linux kernel 4.2.3 user.

A Happy Fedora 22 User

The release of Fedora 23 the next stable version of Fedora Linux is  delayed to the 3rd of November. Of course most of us Fedora 22 users are waiting for the next stable version to be released but waiting one more week isn't a big deal. Fedora is a cutting edge distribution. Packages are the freshest I've ever used in a distribution. I'm on kernel 4.2.3 and  this was released by the devs the first week of this month. 
I have not encountered any instability from Fedora 20 onward. I've  updated it to Fedora 22 continuously every stable version becomes  available. My experience with the distribution is that most problems are solved by the release of new packages as they are made available. I'm using GNOME as desktop environment but you could just use dnf to  remove it and install another. I'm looking forward to GNOME 3.18. I hope that it too would be stable in Fedora 23.  --
Blogger since August 2007. Linux user since 2004. Fedora 22 Kernel 4.2 GNU/Linux

Fedora 23 Final Release Moved To November 3rd

Yes I'm too late to blog but the news is that Fedora 23 Final Release encountered show-stoppers. Developers  delayed its release to November 3rd. 

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Blogger since August 2007. Linux user since 2004. Fedora 22 Kernel 4.2 GNU/Linux

House At Maly, 2015

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window framing, late 60s style wood panelling --
Blogger since August 2007. Linux user since 2004. Fedora 22 Kernel 4.2 GNU/Linux

Core Expenses After Four Years: Data And Analysis

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Depreciation includes Property Improvement and Equipment cost spread over 30 months and 24 months. 

Food expenses for 2 every month, remains on average at 7,000.

Utilities include electricity, water, phone and broadband services. 

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Blogger since August 2007. Linux user since 2004. Fedora 22 Kernel 4.2 GNU/Linux

Typhoon Koppu #Lando Makes Landfall

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Hi Reese
US Navy Weather forecasters upgraded Koppu to Super Typhoon because it further intensified to 240 kph winds. This weather will bring 40-60 mm / hr rainfall over a an area of 600 km. for the next 3 days or more. In fact the storm is so slow at 12 kph that it will still affect the country within the whole week next week. 
Just go Koppu why don't you?

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Blogger since August 2007. Linux user since 2004. Fedora 22 Kernel 4.1 GNU/Linux

Exciting Times

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Take a leap of faith. You'll never know where it will lead. Exciting times. --
Blogger since August 2007. Linux user since 2004. Fedora 22 Kernel 4.1 GNU/Linux

Fedora 24 Schedule

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These are plans for Fedora 24 and are subject to change. 
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Blogger since August 2007. Linux user since 2004. Fedora 22 Kernel 4.1 GNU/Linux