Thanks Bob. I'm not sure I know what you want me to do, but I did find this
[QUOTE] Adding more software:
I use synaptic for installing new software because it's very easy. However, synaptic isn't installed with the FC3 disks, so the following is what I did, using java as an example program that I added:
1 - add dag repository to yum by creating a file called /etc/yum.repos.d/dag.repo and put the following 5 lines into the file:
2 - Install gpg keys for dag (rpm --import http://dag.wieers.com/packages/RPM-GPG-KEY.dag.txt
3 - Install synaptic (yum install synaptic)
4 - Run synaptic (System Settings -> Synaptic Package Manager)
5 - Click Refresh
6 - Click Find and look for j2re
7 - Mark mozilla-j2re for installation (right-click -> Mark for Installation)
8 - Click Apply
9 - Done. Mozilla and Firefox now have java.
10 - Do the same for flash and anything else you want to install. Some popular programs are mozilla-flash (for flash within a browser), mozilla-totem-xine (to play movies within a browser like mozilla or firefox), etc.
Is this what you ment?