How to setup your Fedora/Korora for Android development environment

In mobile world, android is one of the most popular mobile operating systems. Android could be like now because of Google good strategy by providing the android development kit not for specific operating system. So, in return many people can develop applications for android and then put it in the Google play no matter what operating system they use.

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How to activate ‘hibernate’ in Korora/Fedora

Hibernate or suspend to disk in computing can be known as powering down computer and retaining its state. In the hibernate state, the operating system save the contents of RAM into a hard disk or non-volatile things then power down the machine.

Sometimes when we seriously working on something suddenly a serious things occurs (like have to move to another place, need to do something important, etc.). Of course in this moment we doesn’t want to lose what we have done and have to keep our working state. When this things happen, we can use the hibernate function to retain our works which is still in RAM into a hard disk. After the serious things is finished we can get back to work and all the conditions of the computer will return exactly at the point of the hibernation.

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How to change Plank dock behavior on Korora 22 [Selina]

In late 2015, I decided to upgrade my hard disk to 1 TB and try Korora Linux distribution with my new hard disk. Korora Linux distribution based on Fedora, so it will not be difficult because I use Fedora Linux before.

The reason I moved to Korora Linux distribution is because the rapid release of Fedora Linux version that I don’t particularly like. Well, from a certain angle it is good to always have the latest updates from the kernel, software applications, etc. I am also happy to have a new update of the kernel or application software, the dislike part is the short period of release cycles which cause frequent updates and sometimes have to patch and re-install my Radeon driver to adjust the new kernel version.
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How to Hide Desktop Icons in MATE

I’m using Fedora KDE spins distribution and MATE desktop as the main desktop now. Before used MATE desktop, KDE as my main desktop and have been playing around long enough. I want to have a working desktop that is easy and light, and the most important is the icon indicators for application like dropbox, copy.com, skype are able placed in the systray.
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