Tag: fedora

Linux on a MacBook – fedora 16

Since version 16 uses fedora grub2 which supports EFI, MacBooks should theoretically boot Fedora directly without using rEFIt. Some older models of Apple Laptops require a little workaround though.
On fedora64.org Jason Montleon is describing how this can work. I’m going to describe as a “copy-paste-tutorial” how I installed Fedora 16 on my 5 year old MacBook using that directions.

This is a post from my old blog http://tech.cbjck.de. It has been moved here and slightly edited for better readability. It's also been adjusted to the new layout.
The content however is old and might be outdated.

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RAW-Thumbnails for .NEF-Files

By default Nautilus does not create thumbnails for RAW images. Installing raw-thumbnailer should help. For Nikon RAW images (.NEF) this didn’t work for me initially. But there is a simple workaround:

Under /usr/share/thumbnailers/ create a file nef-thumbnailer.thumbnailer with the following content:

[Thumbnailer Entry]
Exec=/usr/bin/gnome-raw-thumbnailer -s %s %i %o
MimeType=image/x-nikon-nef;
This is a post from my old blog http://tech.cbjck.de. It has been moved here and slightly edited for better readability. It's also been adjusted to the new layout.
The content however is old and might be outdated.