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Ok, I figured it out, KDE's default file manager "Dolphin" wasn't installed, if anyone faces this problem, please open konsole(terminal) and run this command: sudo yum install dolphin konsole This will install Dolphin and you won't have to do anything else.
This post http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1480826 probably answers your questions. In short, check: /etc/NetworkManager ~/.gconf/system/networking/connections
Xterm itself is a VTxxx emulator – the "xterm" protocol is a superset of VT102/VT220 in the first place, with some features from VT320/VT420/VT520, and of course some entirely new to Xterm itself. So you could set TERM=vt110 and the programs would work. (Xterm also supports Tektronix 4014 emulation, but that's not really common.) The VT52 protocol is a bit ...
On Linux with zsh (http://www.zsh.org/) you could achieve it in this way: $ alias -s abc=my_app And after it zsh will always execute my_app youfile.abc when you just enter youfile.abc.
Regarding your memory issue, have you checked whether your Fedora distro is a x32 or x64 version? This might explain why only 3GiB of your memory is indexed by your OS and not the whole amount...
On my Linux Mint 17.2 Cinnamon edition are predefined shortcuts Super+Shift+arrow_key. They move active window to screen on left, right, above, below (depending on the arrow key). It works even on fullscreen windows.
This can also be accessed by using: Settings -> Privacy.
Besides clusterssh, which is basically designed to do this but insists on spawning its own terminals, you can use xlax, which is a generic solution to distribute/send keystrokes to multiple X11 windows. It’s not packaged yet, but I will do that, as I needed “something like clusterssh, just for virt-manager” right now, and found this to be my tool of choice.
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