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    Thumbs up PostInstallerF will install all necessary, after to run first time Fedora

    Hi! My name is David Va; I brought to you a simple but powerful project called PostInstallerF. PostInstallerF will install all the software that Fedora doesn't include by default, after running Fedora for the first time. Its easy for a new user. PostInstallerF contains everything that you need for your daily computing.

    PostInstallerF includes a simple but functional interface. The project began as a simple personal script. My altruistic heart compels me to share it with the desire to help the beginner in Fedora Linux. Now PostInstallerF prematurely but also works in several popular distributions. You can easily install programs from Copr, similar to Ubuntu with PPA.

    I am a developer and project manager of PostInstallerF. Any suggestion to the project is welcome.



    Current version of PostInstallerF supports following features



    Add Third party repositories: RPMFusion, Copr, Google, Adobe, Chromium, Skype, Opera, Oracle Virtualbox

    • Enable/disable sudo (the current user)
    • Install Ati/Nvidia drivers (Experimental)
    • Install all multimedia codecs
    • Install Adobe Flash plugin or Freshplayer
    • Install Java Runtime Environment
    • Disable SELinux
    • Frozen kernel (avoid updates of kernel)
    • Install Microsoft fonts
    • Install Gnome Shell Extensions
    • IInstall programs from Copr, similar to Ubuntu with PPA.


    Install all essential Software as: LibreOffice, Chromium, Opera, Google Chrome, Skype, Mobile Media Converter, Ocenaudio, Netflix Player, Transcoder, ekd, Wink, Steam, Etc. more than 100 programs and modifications to the system.


    We was working PostInstallerF for Fedora 25


    **How to Install PostInstallerF?*


    from a terminal


    FC23/24 (updated 06-23-2016)

    Code:
    1) su
    
    2) dnf -y install wget
    
    3) rpm --import https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kuboosoft/postinstallerf/master/GPG/$(rpm -E %fedora)/RPM-GPG-KEY-postinstallerf
    
    4) wget -c -P /etc/yum.repos.d/ https://raw.github.com/kuboosoft/postinstallerf/master/postinstallerf.repo
    
    5) dnf clean metadata
    
    6) dnf -y install postinstallerf

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    Last edited by debo2011; 23rd June 2016 at 08:58 AM. Reason: Updates, ready for Fedora 24

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    PostInstallerF ready for Fedora 18 Final. Any ideas or suggestions are welcome.

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    Talking Re: PostInstallerF

    Crear un rpm noarch para un shell script requiere tiempo? No estoy de acuerdo! Además, vos decís que se actualiza constantemente, entonces justamente por causa de eso sería necesario crear el rpm. Además, es para Fedora, no? Entonces nada mejor que instalar un rpm

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Skytux, this is an English Forum and the Posting Rules require all posts to be in English. How about doing a quick translation if you don't want to remove the Spanish ?
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Quote Originally Posted by skytux
    Crear un rpm noarch para un shell script requiere tiempo? No estoy de acuerdo! Además, vos decís que se actualiza constantemente, entonces justamente por causa de eso sería necesario crear el rpm. Además, es para Fedora, no? Entonces nada mejor que instalar un rpm
    [loose translation]
    Creating a noarch rpm for a shell script requires time? I disagree!
    Also, you say it's updated constantly, that alone should make an rpm necessary.
    Besides, it's Fedora right? Nothing better than installing an rpm.
    [/loose translation]

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    Cool Re: PostInstallerF

    Quote Originally Posted by bob
    Skytux, this is an English Forum and the Posting Rules require all posts to be in English. How about doing a quick translation if you don't want to remove the Spanish ?
    I'm aware this is an forum in English, and as you wrote in Spanish, so did I... I just expressed my opinion that creating a noarch rpm package is very easy. I could do it for you, it would be a spec file where you only have to change the version and recompile it

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    I didn't write in Spanish, since I wouldn't have a clue (13 years of French though ).

    Anyway, the original post was translated into both English and Spanish, which is what I was aiming at. Got to remember that we're international and can't possibly handle all dialects, so we need to stick with English. Also, because that way we can know when you're swearing at us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob
    I didn't write in Spanish, since I wouldn't have a clue (13 years of French though ).

    Anyway, the original post was translated into both English and Spanish, which is what I was aiming at. Got to remember that we're international and can't possibly handle all dialects, so we need to stick with English. Also, because that way we can know when you're swearing at us.
    Oops... I'm doing everything wrong today, not only here but also at work

    I wanted to say that debo2011 wrote in Spanish, and I said it to you, I'm sorry for that...

    All the best,
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Hi guys, You do not need to focus on the language, everything is a constructive process, I am aware that this is an international forum, and therefore the international language is English, my English is very bad, however I have adapted to it, just as forums in Chinese, Russian etc. haha. The suggestion of Skytux is valid and I like the idea and the support it provides, and indeed I accept it gladly.

    Do not worry, if you have had a bad day, smile
    Welcome back Bob :P

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    The idea sounds good, but your install-guide needs some work. My Spanish is non-existant, so I can't translate what happens - but not much good happens:

    Code:
    sh postinstallerf.sh
    
    AutoInstalador PostInstallerF 1 v.6.2
    
    user-trash-full.png
    updatep2.png
    updatep.png
    sistema.png
    PostinstallerF.sh
    Postinstaller1.svg
    pinguino.png
    pincel_rco.png
    icoinstall2.png
    camera.png
    brightness.png
    ubuntu/postinstallerf/Logout.sh
    ubuntu/Postinstaller.sh
    ubuntu/Postinstaller1.svg
    ubuntu/PostinstallerF.sh
    postinstallerf/Logout.sh
    Postdesktopfiles/Install.desktop
    Postdesktopfiles/GnomeShell_Extensions.desktop
    Postdesktopfiles/Configure_Tuning.desktop
    Postdesktopfiles/Shutdown_Logout.desktop
    acciones/topicon.png
    acciones/conf.png
    acciones/system-shutdown.svg
    acciones/add.png
    acciones/gnomestension.svg
    acciones/topiconubu.png
    ubuntu/postinstallerf/
    ubuntu/
    postinstallerf/
    Postdesktopfiles/
    acciones/
    postinstallerf/confpost64.sh
    postinstallerf/gnext.sh
    postinstallerf/confpost.sh
    ubuntu/postinstallerf/gnext.sh
    ubuntu/postinstallerf/confpost.sh
    ubuntu/postinstallerf/addpost.sh
    install.sh
    Postinstaller64.sh
    Postinstaller.sh
    postinstallerf/addpost.sh
    postinstallerf/addpost64.sh
    
    Ya existe Postinstaller.sh, se reemplazará
    es Fedora
    zenity esta presente
    wget esta presente
    yad esta presente
    Fedora 18
    Pipe Viewer esta presente
    Este es un sistema de 32-bit
    isue = 
    no es ubuntu
    Just a thought - fix it?
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Hi, BenTrein


    very simple

    It is a program with a simple installer with the following instructions:

    1) is extracted as a temporary file in /tmp/ (after removes all)

    2) Copy each part of the program (icons, sounds, scripts)

    This is the model used by some program sself-extracting, easier. With this the user to see what happens.

    The future of this application is a rpm. However it is still premature because PostInstallerF also works with Ubuntu, so also need to create a deb

    What says the program, you already have a previous version and it will replace PostInstallerF.

    as any program who need to install software, you must have administrative privileges (in this case 'su'), for installation.

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Today, we released an rpm, ready for battle.

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Very nice! I've given it a try and surprised by just how much you've included. While some of the script is still in Spanish, it's easy to understand what's happening and the packages I selected were easily installed.

    I've included your script in the Fedora Set-up Guides (yellow link above) and also mentioned it in Linux Help.
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Thanks bob!! many thanks, The next update will include "Tupi" and many more surprises about progress bar
    Last edited by debo2011; 5th February 2013 at 10:20 PM.

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    It works very well - it is indeed a very nice bit of work. One feature request though - to make it less laborious: Could it be so that (under the install bit) I can select different things I want to install at the same time, then hit install and just let the program do the rest? This way I don't have to sit and wait for every install that I want to make. It'll involve just one click, and I can go do something else and forget about it till everything I want has been installed... I hope you understand it from my mediocre description.
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