Pagico for Fedora now Available for Download

Pagico is a strong and powerful personal information manager, it’s not only a GTD tool, but also an organizer with all your amazing ideas which is available for download as a closed source software now.

The Pagico team is focused on developing a useful, flexible and easy to use knowledge base software for both Mac and PC. Its mission is to deliver a better solution to make people’s work done easily, quickly and smoothly, thereby saving their time.

Pagico Software provides you a whole new way to see and arrange your schedule, that’s its Visualized Schedule Flowchat feature, which I like most. This flowchart helps you concentrating on what’s in the near future, what needs to be done at present, and what’s already overdue, in a completely new better way!

Pagico is also a personal database that helps you archive everything efficiently. Rather than throwing information away when they’re done, archiving them properly will save you tons of time in the future.

It also provides you a very clean and efficient way to store and organize your information. You can write your Todos and Tasks and even notes, and it helps you to orangize and manage your schedule in a very powerful tag based system very efficiently.

Pagico is released only for Windows and Mac officially, but with the author of Ubuntu Tweak, TualatriX’s effort and help, Pagico 3 was officially released for Ubuntu in Jan. 20th, 2009. Pagico 3 is now a standard Linux program and run in Linux smoothly and natively.

With my strong request, TualartiX finally released its RPM package for Fedora system, and now it’s available for download and test. This RPM package is unofficial, for testing only, if you’re interested in it, please download it here

Before you launch this software, please disable SELinux and restart your computer. (This is a very 1st release for Fedora 10, and it may conflicts with SELinux, although it’s not harmful for you system, you’d better disable SELinux first before lauching this software after installation. But I strongly suggest you re-enable SELinux ater your test). It runs perfectly under Fedora, If you lauch this software with SELinux enabled, if any problem occured, please feedback to TualariX, thanks.

As I told above, Pagico is NOT a free and open source software, and it’s NOT an official RPM too, you can download and test, but 15 day free trial only, for more information, please visit its website .

Thanks again, TualiariX.

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    1. TualariX said the SELinux is so powerful that it will prevent Pacigo files linking when starting the software. So it must be disabled. For common Fedora users, SELinux is not necessary too, and it's very troublesome sometimes… I disabled it after Fedora 10 was installed.

  1. Why do you promote non-free software on Planet Fedora??? Please stop that or at least put non-free in the title and mention the non-freeness in the first paragraph. It is a pain to read through the whole article and find out it is crappy non-free binary blob shit just at the very end.

  2. Please stop telling people to disable SELinux. It performs an important role in containing security vulnerabilities in services, and has been well documented in doing so for standard users.

    See this LinuxWorld article, for example:

    What I suggest if encountering problems, is to send the log messages to the fedora-selinux list, and rather than disabling SELinux entirely, set it to run in permissive mode. This will allow SELinux to be put back into enforcing mode without a fs relabel, and still log suspicious activity.

    1. I'm sorry but I know nothing about SELinux, I changed a little of this article. I hope it's fine now… I'm really sorry and I hope you understand as I've sent you an email explaining this. Thanks.

  3. Charles, instead of the big scary, red note added at the top you could have put something like "Pagico is a strong and powerfull personal information manager, it’s not only a GTD tool, but also an organizer with all your amazing ideas which is available as closed source (or proprietary) software." Well, I personally saw the website is .com and expected so from the start.

    And BTW, James is not "someone", he is practically SELinux in Fedora.

    1. I've made changes as you told above but with much more than that. I'm so sorry to James, please help me and tell him, and I hope him understand. (Pagico conflicts with SELinux, so we'd better (and TualariX suggested me) disable SELinux before starting this software. I'm just a common user, I know nothing about it, I disabled SELinux when upgraded to Fedora 10 as most Fedora tutorial told me, but my system works fine. So I think SELinux is "useless" as if it's enabled, it cause me troubles sometimes)

  4. > For common Fedora users, SELinux is not necessary

    selinux is especially *useful* for Fedora users since it prevents their box being rooted when a security hole is discovered.

    If you are targetting Fedora as a platform, you need to make your software work on it. Telling people to turn it off because it "isn't needed" is simply not true.

    1. How I wish I was majored in computer or Linux, but I didn't, I really don't know how SELinux works, and what important role it plays in the system, I disabled it, but my system works fine. I think I'd better learn more about Fedora, but it's easy to use enough as my desktop 🙂

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