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.
This tutorial will help you install the command line tool Neofetch which stylishly shows a summary of your device's hardware and software. Neofetch can be installed on both desktop and mobile.
Fedora 31 is set to reach its end of life next Tuesday. People that are still running this old version of Fedora are strongly urged to upgrade their system before they stop receiving security updates.
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.
The Fedora Project has announced the availability of Fedora 32. It includes a raft of new software packages, introduces GNOME 3.36, and includes EarlyOOM which stops low-memory systems from hanging.
The Fedora Project has announced the End Of Life status for Fedora 28. Those still running that version should upgrade to ensure that they continue to receive software and security updates.
The Fedora Project has released Fedora 30. The new update shakes up the available editions and comes with many big changes on desktop, namely with the release of Fedora Silverblue.
The Fedora Project has announced the End Of Life status for Fedora 27. Those still using that version should upgrade to ensure that they continue to receive software and security updates.
The Fedora Project is celebrating 15 years since it launched Fedora Core 1. As a gift to the community, a virtual image has been compiled for use in GNOME Boxes that comes with Fedora 29.
The Fedora Project has released Fedora 29. The new upgrade comes with new software including GNOME 3.30. The project noted that the release comes almost 15 years after Fedora Core 1 was announced.
The Fedora Project has announced that Fedora 26 has reached the end of its life as of May 29th. If you're still using this release, it's very important that you upgrade to get security updates.
Have you ever wondered what all the fuss surrounding Linux is about? With this guide, we'll whet your appetite and discover how you can boot and install Linux Mint on to your computer.
Canonical has made the decision to revert back to the Xorg display server in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, citing stability concerns. The company plans to continue testing and working on Wayland to improve it.
Fedora 25, which launched over one year ago with the new Wayland display server, has now reached end-of-life meaning it'll no longer be updated. You should now upgrade to a newer version of Fedora.
The Fedora Project has released Fedora 27 as a beta with the final release due in November. Unfortunately, the Server ISOs were delayed for a month and there are no 32-bit version available.
Debian 10 "Buster", due for release in 2019, will likely ship with the new window manager, Wayland, but will also come with X11 as a fallback in case people's hardware doesn't support it.
Fedora 26 has been released and brings new versions of software crucial to software development. Additionally, the Anaconda installer has a new system partitioner giving users more fine grain control.
Microsoft has clarified that while Windows 10 S will only run apps found in the Windows Store, not all such "apps" will work, including the Linux distros recently announced at Build 2017.
With the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10, Microsoft will be making Ubuntu, SUSE, and Fedora available to the Windows Store itself, allowing you to use Linux from within the OS.
The Fedora Project has taken the wraps off of Fedora 25. The new release debuts with the Wayland display server and GNOME has been upgraded to 3.22 which includes several improvements.
After an initial delay, the Fedora 25 alpha has been released for public consumption. Once all of the reported bugs have been fixed a beta will be released. A final build will then follow the beta.
Fedora 24 has been given a June 21 launch date following a meeting which looked at whether Fedora was ready to launch. Fedora 23 users will get an update for GNOME Software making the upgrade easy.
Snap packages which were introduced in Ubuntu 16.04 in April have made their way to several other popular distributions and their derivatives, these include Arch Linux, Debian and Gentoo and Fedora.
With Linux and its open source nature people have been able to create unique projects, and the wittily named 'Whonix' is no exception. Combining security tools it brings several layers of IP security.
Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux OS, has offered some opinions on Windows 8 and its UEFI security measures, saying that a solution to dual boot to Linux via Red Hat is a good compromise.
In a world of dual-core smartphones and turbo-powered tablets, the idea of a tiny 700MHz PC with 128MB of RAM might sound mad. But the new $25 computer may just make sense in the right context.
Fedora 11, the next version of the popular Linux distribution, is due to be released on Tuesday next week, according to the Fedora Project website. The new version features better performance, increased security, and several...
Just after Christmas, Neowin was given the chance for a community Q&A with Paul Frields of Red Hat. Paul has worked with Fedora since 2003, and became the Fedora Project Leader in January last year....
Fedora My first experience of Fedora came with Fedora 7, not long after I first used Ubuntu. I had difficulties getting it set up correctly, especially when it came to downloading...
Fedora is a Linux-based operating system that showcases the latest in free and open source software. Fedora is always free for anyone to use, modify, and distribute. It is built by people across the globe...
In a mailing to the Fedora development listing, Red Hat's Bill Nottingham has announced that effective the next release there will be no Fedora Core. The distribution will be known only as Fedora. "Starting with...
On Tuesday, Red Hat released Fedora Core 6, its newest hobbyist version of Linux, with an expandable new installation routine and a third try at incorporating Xen virtualization software. Fedora Core 6, free and...
The Fedora Project announces the first release of the Fedora Core 6 development cycle, available for the i386, x86_64, and ppc/ppc64 architectures, including Intel based Macintosh computers. Beware that Test releases are recommended only for...
The Fedora Project announces the second release of the Fedora Core 5development cycle, available for the i386, x86_64, and PPC/PPC64architectures. Beware that Test releases are recommended only for Linux experts/enthusiasts or for technology evaluation, as...
The Fedora Project is a Red-Hat-sponsored and community-supported open source project. It is also a proving ground for new technology that may eventually make its way into Red Hat products. It is not a supported...
On Monday, Red Hat released the latest version of Fedora, Fedora Core 4. Fedora is a free version of Linux that Red Hat is using to advance virtualization, programming tools and other software at the...
Red Hat Inc. has decided to hand over control of the open-source Fedora Project, creating the new Fedora Foundation to manage the project. Mark Webbink, the deputy general counsel at Red Hat, of Raleigh, N.C.,...
On June 1, The Fedora Project announced the Fedora Directory Server, which is a robust, scalable open-source server designed to manage large directories of users and resources. It is based on an open-systems server protocol...