How to Install Fedy in Fedora 22



This video shown you how to install fedy in Fedora 22

Fedy, formerly known as Fedora utils, is a free, simple and open source utility that help you to install collection of useful utilities such as mp3 support, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java and many that Fedora doesn’t ship by default. Fedy lets you to install all the utilities with just a single click and you can customize/tweak your Fedora Linux as per your liking. Not only utilities, we can easily add repositories, so don’t bother about downloading and adding. repo files manually.

You can Install Fedy in Fedora 22 by entering the following command :

sudo “curl https://satya164.github.io/fedy/fedy-installer -o fedy-installer && chmod +x fedy-installer && ./fedy-installer”

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3 thoughts on “How to Install Fedy in Fedora 22

  1. Which password is this? From what I've read, you're supposed to input the root password for verification, but I didn't set a root password on installation. Could anybody help?

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