What is Fedora Utils?

Fedora Utils lets you install codecs and additional software that Fedora doesn't want to ship, like MP3 codecs, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java etc. It can also fix problems, tweak and cleanup your system, show system information and much more with just few clicks.


Fedora Utils can be installed by running the folllowing command as root,

su -c "curl http://satya164.github.io/fedorautils/fedorautils-installer -o fedorautils-installer && chmod +x fedorautils-installer && ./fedorautils-installer"

The Fedora Utils repository ensures that Fedora Utils is always up-to-date and all the new features and bug fixes are delivered to you automatically.

Tips & tricks

In addition to the GUI, you can also use Fedora Utils in bash scripts to help you install software and tweak the sytsem automatically. See fedorautils --exec list for a list of commands you can use in bash scripts.

Fedora Utils saves the downloaded files. Have to do the same steps on more than one system? You won't need to redownload the files again. Fedora Utils can use previously downloaded files with ease. Combine this with the scripting ability, and configuring multiple systems becomes a lot easier.

Fedora Utils is extensible via plugins. Writing a plugin is easy and fun.

More info

Fedora Utils is released under GNU GPL V3.0 and the source code is publicly available on GitHub. Feel free to make modifications and contributions.

If you like Fedora Utils, please support us by spreading the word. You can catch me on Google+ or Facebook. Also check my blog and deviantArt page :)

Fedora Utils © 2012 Satyajit Sahoo. Fedora™ is a trademark of Red Hat. All rights reserved.

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