Friday, May 11, 2007


Have tried Flock sometimes ago, and like many other things, just not using it anymore aftr a while.

Heard there are lot of changes on it, even rewritten the whole thing. It has really been a while. Till now, this is my second shot on Flock, running from a Fedora Core 6. Though there are still no standard package of Flock in Fedora, so you just have to do some small configuration before you could run it. The Flock forum actually quite helpful, I find some tips to getting Flock running in Fedora here, Help Search

So you guessed it, I wrote this post in Flock, so far, so good.

Blogged with Flock


Andrew said...

Is Flock a flavor of Linux? I am currently using Ubuntu. It just sounded interesting. Take care!

Andrew in Alabama
The 4th Avenue Blues

kahfei said...

hey, Andrew, no, not really.
Flock is not a falvor of Linux, but you can say that it is a flavor of Firefox. It is a tool that help to you write blog easier.

Their official words is
"Flock is an amazing new web browser that makes it easier to share media and connect to other people online. Share photos, automatically stay up-to-date with new content from your favorite sites, and search the Web with the most advanced Search Toolbar available today."