Archive for the ‘Fedora’ Category

There are various reasons you may want to set your IP address to be static, one of these being to reduce boot time by removing DHCP discovery. Doing this in Linux is quite straight forward. If you want to make your current IP address your static address, you can find the details in a few […]

Annoyingly, numlock is not turned on by default in Debian or Fedora. Thankfully, the fix is simple. Firstly, install the numlockx program. This is a simple command line tool which can turn numlock on or off: Debian: apt-get install numlockx Fedora: yum install numlockx Next, add this to one of the startup scripts. I like […]