If you’ve been wondering how to delete a package you mistakenly installed (or which is no longer needed) along with all its dependencies, here’s a neat way to achieve just that.
The idea is that whenever you use yum to perform some operation on packages, a transaction is created. If you installed a package along with its dependencies, then you can undo just that by undoing that transaction.
Continue reading Linux RedHat / CentOS / Fedora : Uninstall a package along with dependencies
If you feel like running a full bitcoin node on your Fedora Linux server (and it’s a great way to help the bitcoin network if you have spare capacity / bandwidth), you’ll need to update the firewalld rules in order to allow foreign nodes to connect to yours.
Continue reading Fedora 20 Linux + bitcoind : Setting up firewalld for running a full bitcoin node