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    Question Can't get Ninite (unattended installer) to Work


    Sorry, I'm a complete newbie at this, I just installed Fedora yesterday because Win7 was eating too much RAM, but I really don't know how to install anything. I knew about this unattended installer, and I though that would help, but I can't even get that to work. I'm using Fedora 15 LXDE. It downloads as "Ninite.deb". That's all the info I can think to give at the moment. Please help.

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    A distressed noob.

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    YUM is the software installer on RedHat/Fedora/CentOS.
    This is CLI software if you want GUI then you want to install Yum Extender with
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    yum install yumex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin_S View Post
    Sorry, I'm a complete newbie at this, I just installed Fedora yesterday because Win7 was eating too much RAM, but I really don't know how to install anything. I knew about this unattended installer, and I though that would help, but I can't even get that to work. I'm using Fedora 15 LXDE. It downloads as "Ninite.deb".
    If you read the description of Ninite on the web site https://ninite.com/linux/ you will see that it is made for Ubuntu Linux, which is not Fedora.

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