1eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6
On our ThinkPad T41 test notebook, eye-candy effects such as window-border translucency and an OS X Expos–like window arranger were easy to enable and didnt require a separate closed-source driver.
2eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6 – Kickstart
We used Fedoras Kickstart tool to create a template for one of our test Xen virtual machines.
3eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6 – Pirut
We noticed a speed boost in Pirut, Fedoras built-in graphical software installer.
4eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6 – Print Dialog
Fedora Core 6 comes with an updated tool for installing printers, which eased setup for networked printers.
5eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6 – SELinux Troubleshooter
Security-Enhanced Linux offers an estimable security boost, but it doesnt do any good if it is disabled by users who are fed up with mysterious policy conflicts. The new troubleshooter tool is great for tracing SELinux-based software conflicts.
6eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6 – Package Updater
Fedoras software package updater, Pup, now includes a taskbar-based notifier applet.
7eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6 – Virsh
FC6s command line Xen management tool, Virsh, is handy for remote management of Fedora Xen installations.
8eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Fedora Core 6 – Virt-Manager
Fedoras new graphical client for managing Xen virtual machines looks impressive, but needs more work.