The Fedora Project has announced the release of Fedora 34. It comes with GNOME 40, transparent compression on BTRFS and an i3 window manager Fedora Spin. Fedora 33 users can also upgrade now.
The Fedora Project has made Fedora 34 beta available for download. This version comes with GNOME 40, PipeWire, and transparent compression in BTRFS which will extend the life of SSDs.
This short guide will show you how to create encrypted partitions on USB devices, external hard drives, and internal hard drives using the GNOME Disks tool found on popular Linux distributions.
Fedora 33 has been released bringing with it GNOME 3.38, the BTRFS filesystem as default, and updates to many software packages including Python, Ruby on Rails, and Perl. It's ready for download now.