I have found during my writing experience though that a LOT of the Linux community is very rude and whiny. System administrators read my posts and critique them as if they were school assignments, usually with little respect shown towards the time and research it took to write them.
I am $200 short on rent for this month. If I don't have it by the 25th my family and I will be evicted (that includes a three year old son). We don't have any options on places to go... there's a homeless shelter but it's extremely unsafe and unsanitary for a three year old. Losing my home could also result in the Department of Children and Families taking my son away due to my inability to provide a home for him. This would prove to be very traumatizing to him as he is very happy with his family as it is now, as you can see in the featured image for this post.
Gnome Tweak Tool is perhaps the most vital configuration utility you can find available for Fedora 15. With Gnome 3 Shell's lack of configuration utilities, Gnome Tweak Tool strives to fill in the gaps by providing users with some much missed configuration options that were available in Gnome 2.6.
The following is an excerpt from a book I am writing called "Illuminated". I am publishing the first chapter here to get opinions. Please feel free to comment on this!
In The Garden
Vanessa knew as soon as she stepped on the warm, green grass that this would be a trip she would never forget. Lush greenery surrounded her, blanketing her in its sweet, fragrant embrace. The Light beamed down from somewhere beyond the trees as birds chirped away cheerily, completely unaware of the drama that was beginning to unfold before them. Even though it was a place that only existed in her mind, Vanessa was a stranger in this land. She knew nothing of it.
After reviewing Bodhi Linux I had some time to really play around with the system. Preferring a minimal environment, I decided to check out what the minimal installation theme had to offer. One thing is for sure, when Bodhi thinks you want minimal it takes you seriously. I found myself looking at a clock. That was the only gadget on the desktop... there wasn't even a task bar. Now if this sounds like I'm complaining let me set you straight: I asked for minimal and I expected no less, so seeing this was quite a pleasant surprise. It means that if needed I can build my desktop from the ground up.
It's been improved. This version, like the backup and restore script, has a menu.
Please note that in this version you must be logged in as administrator or root to use the script.