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Install Cinnamon on Fedora 17

This post assumes that you have already installed Fedora 17 and that all software packages are current, i.e. yum update has been run. As root, create a new text file called fedora-cinnamon in the /etc/yum.repos.d subdirectory containing the following lines: [fedora-cinnamon] name=Cinnamon user interface baseurl=http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/leigh123linux/cinnamon/fedora-$releasever/$basearch/ enabled=1 skip_if_unavailable=1 gpgcheck=0 [fedora-cinnamon-source] name=Cinnamon user interface – Source baseurl=http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/leigh123linux/cinnamon/fedora-$releasever/SRPMS enabled=0 skip_if_unavailable=1 gpgcheck=0 You can check that the fedora-cinnamon repo is available to yum as follows: # yum repolist Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit repo id repo name status fedora Fedora 17 – x86_64 26,893 fedora-cinnamon Cinnamon provides core user interface functions for the 1

How to Install Cinnamon Themes

This post assumes that you already have the Cinnamon shell installed on your computer and you want to install new Cinnomon themes for your personnal use rather than for global use. If you do not already have a ~/.themes subdirectory, you need to create it. The default permissions are fine. You can either use the Cinnamon Settings tool (Menu->Preferences->Cinnamon Settings) to preview, select and download a new theme, or you can download a theme directly from here. Themes files are compressed and packaged as a single zip file. Move the downloaded zipped theme file to ~/.themes and unzip it. A

GNOME Shell/Cinnamon Extension Configuration Persistence

In this post I show you a simple way to add preference persistence to your Cinnamon or GNOME Shell extension using JSON.

Controlling a GNOME Shell or Cinnamon Extension using D-Bus

In this post, I demonstrate how you can add D-Bus support to a GNOME Shell or Cinnamon extension and allow a command line utility to control the operating characteristics of the extension via a command line utility.

D-Bus, Cinnamon and the GNOME Shell

This post discusses the D-Bus interface to the GNOME Shell and Cinnamon and shows you how a simple command line tool called cinnamon-tool can be used to enable or disable Cinnamon extensions via D-Bus.