This post describes how to set up a SSL certificate with Certbot on Apache and Fedora. The guide primarily follows the guide on the certbot website however adds some additional information for if auto configuration fails.
On my fedora system I found that after upgrading the kernel the graphics drivers wouldnt work. My machine would boot into the operating system perfectly fine but would have no image on the screen. This post describes how I fixed this issue.
It appears newer linux sshd configs (fedora 22) by default include a smaller set of key exchange based mechanisms that they have turned on. This means that it gives errors saying it is unable to connect to the server. To fix this you need to enable some of the older key exchange mechanisms, Adding this line
Installing via the normal route didn’t work and meant I couldn’t easily resize the screen. Doing the below allowed me to use the resize easily. Install rpmfusion on fedora run `sudo yum install akmod-VirtualBox VirtualBox-guest` run `cd /usr/src/akmods` run `sudo rpm -ivh VirtualBox-*.rpm` Once this was installed, rebooting will give you access to shared folders and fullscreen mode
If your computer is recent and has an i3/i5/i7 intel core and a Nvidia graphics card it likely uses Optimus technology. This smart piece of software turns off the power-hungry Nvidia graphics card and runs most programs on the integrated intel graphics chip. In laptops this can save a lot of power. However this solution
Windows 7 has a really nice feature that lets you tile a window to the left or right of the screen, allowing easier placement. This is normally activated with the Windows-(left, right, up down) Arrow key combination. I had searched how to do this with XFCE for a while and today after upgrading to Fedora