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Commands shown in this guide use the standard notation for indicating which can be run as the normal user and which must be run as root: commands preceded by "#" are to be run as root, whereas those preceded by "$" are to be run as the normal user.
 
Commands shown in this guide use the standard notation for indicating which can be run as the normal user and which must be run as root: commands preceded by "#" are to be run as root, whereas those preceded by "$" are to be run as the normal user.
  
Install novacom from the Fedora repositories (currently only available in the testing repositories):
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Install novacom from the Fedora repositories:
  # yum --enablerepo=updates-testing install novacom
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  # yum install novacom
  
 
Start the novacomd service:
 
Start the novacomd service:

Latest revision as of 11:42, 23 May 2012

Installing the Novacom Driver on Fedora

This guide describes how to install Novacom on a Fedora system. The procedure described is an extension of the post MojoSDK_on_Fedora. It is valid for Fedora 15+.

Commands shown in this guide use the standard notation for indicating which can be run as the normal user and which must be run as root: commands preceded by "#" are to be run as root, whereas those preceded by "$" are to be run as the normal user.

Install novacom from the Fedora repositories:

# yum install novacom

Start the novacomd service:

# systemctl start novacomd.service

If you want the novacom service to start on boot, run:

# systemctl enable novacomd.service