How-to Reduce Computer Eye Strain on CentOS 7.x Linux Desktops

May 3rd, 2017 by thelinuxevangelist

Linux CentOS 7.x How-to Reduce Eye Fatigue & Strain




Hello CentOS User! This Tutorial Shows You Step-by-step How-to Install f.lux GUI Applet and Reduce Eyes Fatigue, Strain and Insomnia Problems on CentOS 7.x 32/64bit GNU/Linux Computers.

f.lux is a proprietary computer program that Adjusts a Display’s Color Temperature according to Location and Time of day.

We know that Night-Time exposure to Blue Light keeps people up late. We believe that f.lux adjusts screens in a way that greatly reduces the stimulating effects of Blue Light at night.

The f.lux program was designed to Reduce Eye Strain during Night-time use and Disruption of Sleep Patterns.

f.lux Quick-Start for CentOS 7.x - Featured
  1. Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    f.lux Quick-Start for CentOS 7.x - Open Terminal
  2. Download f.lux GUI Source Code

    fluxgui Python Source .zip
  3. Extract fluxgui Source into /tmp
    Simply Double-Clicking/Right-Clicking on Archive…

    f.lux GUI Quick-Start for CentOS 7.x - Extraction
  4. Install Python 2/3 PIP for CentOS GNU/Linux:

    Python PIP Quick-Start Guide
  5. Install Required Packages

    sudo pip install pexpect
    sudo yum install pyxdg gnome-python2-gconf \
    pygtk2-libglade python-appindicator

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then Look: Solution

  6. Installing f.lux GUI

    cd /tmp/xflux-gui
    sudo python ./setup.py install
  7. Run f.lux GUI & Make Initial Set-Up

    fluxgui

    Or:

    sudo fluxgui
    f.lux Quick-Start for CentOS 7.x - Initial Setup

    Click on Link on Applet to Find Your Location Lat. & Long.!
    You dispose of severals Color Warmth configurations…

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