To save yourself time, you may prefer to download a respin ISO that has updates
WORK ISO comes with GNOME. We will be using packages and
repositories solely from negativo17.org and not
RPMFusion (which is not compatible anyway). A few notes:
- gstreamer 0.10 is deprecated, install gstreamer1. The good news is that the myriad of packages has been reduced to about 5.
- Since we are not using RPMFusion,
#!/bin/bash if [[ $UID != 0 ]]; then echo "Not root." exit fi dnf config-manager --add-repo=http://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-multimedia.repo # We explicitly list out the packages here because gstreamer1-* # will pull in upstream packages that creates conflicts dnf install gstreamer1-plugins-bad gstreamer1-plugins-ugly gstreamer1-plugins-bad-fluidsynth gstreamer1-libav dnf install mozilla-openh264 dnf install vlc dnf install ffmpeg mpg123 # kernel-devel needs to be explicitly listed to avoid pulling in the debug package dnf install nvidia-settings kernel-devel vulkan-loader.i686 nvidia-driver-libs.i686 # You can choose dkms-nvidia if you prefer dnf install akmod-nvidia dnf clean all dnf --refresh upgrade
Please don’t use Skype unless you enjoy having the NSA read your messages. Finally, check out the Pulseaudio articles on troubleshooting tips.
negativo17 provides Flash as well, but you should probably just avoid Flash altogether, or at least leave it on “Ask to Activate”. Fortunately, it seems most of the web has ditched Flash in favor of moving to HTML5 for web players. I haven’t had to activate Flash in a long time.
Again, negativo17 provides Steam. However, if you have any games that are Window only, you need to download Steam via Wine and install the games that way.
Finally, to ensure that Negativo’s repo takes precedence over RPMFusion, edit