How to setup vnc-server on fedora 11

Use following steps

[root@purabk-pc purab]# yum install vnc-server
Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit
Setting up Install Process
Package tigervnc-server-1.0.0-2.fc11.i586 already installed and latest version
Nothing to do

[root@purabk-pc purab]# vim /etc/sysconfig/vncservers

In file use following lines (//PURAB IS MY USER NAME, YOU NEED TO USE YOUR USERNMAE)

VNCSERVERARGS[59]=”-geometry 1024×768 -nolisten tcp”

Than set your password or change for VNC-viewer

[purab@purabk-pc ~]$ vncpasswd

Than Became root user
[purab@purabk-pc ~]$ su

Start the VNC server
[root@purabk-pc purab]# /sbin/service vncserver restart

[root@purabk-pc purab]# /sbin/chkconfig vncserver on


Now you can able to use your box from vnc viewer..



How to install Imagemagick and How to check Imagemagick on Fedora

Use following command for Installing the Imagemagick
#yum install imagemagik

OR binary installtion follow this:
tar -xzf imagemagic1.
cd imagemagic1.
make check
make install

How to check Imagemagick on Fedora:
[root@purabk-pc html]# rpm -ql ImageMagick

For running the ImageMagick use following commands
#animate or #display

How to Install the IE6 and IE7 on Fedora11

Note: Dont became root because these files will crash your linux.

Use following commands for installing the IE7 on your box.
#yum install wine cabextract
Here we are exiting the root user

#cd /tmp
#tar xvfz ies4linux-latest.tar.gz
#cd ies4linux-*
#./ies4linux –no-flash –install-ie7

I tried following command multiple times than I got succeed(6 or 7 times). Many times this command not executed properly.
#./ies4linux –no-flash –install-ie7

To launch IE6 Type on command prompt:

To launch IE7 Type on command prompt:

My comments
IE6 and 7 is running properly on my machine but some time it gives me error about IE7.
I am looking forward to solve that issue.

How to change the computer name in linux

Follow me if you want to change the computer name on Linux
[purab@localhost ~]$ hostname purab
hostname: you must be root to change the host name
[purab@localhost ~]$ su
[root@localhost purab]# hostname purab
[root@localhost purab]#

close the terminal or command prompt and start again

[purab@purab ~]$

your Pc name will be purab

command : hostname your_desired_computer_name