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JK3MP
9th May 2009, 07:57 PM
Hey i installed from a LiveCD what i thought would be a full install, but i guess it wasn't :-P
Anywho..im needing to know if there's a list of packages that i can install to get it up to full par. Such as the GTK theme engines that seem to be missing and disallowing me from installing ANY emerald themes and a large array of gnome / metacity themes. Also i don't have games, (but i can live w/o that xD ) Anywho...im also missing my option to edit the GDM theme. So idk whats up i go yum install gdm and thats installed so i don't know the specific package for the theme manager etc. Any help appreciated, thanks in advanced.
-JK3mp

marko
9th May 2009, 08:00 PM
By design, Live CDs tend to install just the basics to get you going because the CD has so much less
space than a DVD. You usually are to install the live CD to disk, then update/install the other apps you want.
A lot of people like that because you end up with a lot less unwanted stuff, I use Live CDs sometimes to
build stripped down development machines

Loki1950
9th May 2009, 08:30 PM
The changing GDM themes has been broken for quite a while try a search on the forum for the full story.

Enjoy the Choice :)

markkuk
10th May 2009, 09:40 AM
Anywho..im needing to know if there's a list of packages that i can install
Open a terminal (http://www.fedorafaq.org/basics/#terminal) and run the following command as root (http://www.fedorafaq.org/basics/#root):
yum list available | more

Loki1950
10th May 2009, 09:50 AM
Or use package kit the add/remove software gui or if you are like most of us long time fedora users Yumex as it's more mature even if the look is a bit clunky it allows more control.
su
yum install yumex

Enjoy the Choice :)