Today, I’m excited to share the results of the hard work of thousands of contributors to the Fedora Project: our latest release, Fedora 33, is here! This is a big release with a lot of change, but I believe all that work will also make it a comfortable one, fulfilling our goal of bringing you the latest stable, powerful, and robust free and open source software in many easy to use offerings.
If you just want to get to the bits without delay, head over to https://getfedora.org/ right now. For details, read on!
Find the Fedora flavor that’s right for you!
Fedora Editions are targeted outputs geared toward specific “showcase” uses on the desktop, in server and cloud environments—and now for Internet of Things as well.
Fedora Workstation focuses on the desktop, and in particular, it’s geared toward software developers who want a “just works” Linux operating system experience. This release features GNOME 3.38, which has plenty of great improvements as usual. The addition of the Tour application helps new users learn their way around. And like all of our other desktop-oriented variants, Fedora Workstation now uses BTRFS as the default filesystem. This advanced filesystem lays the foundation for bringing a lot of great enhancements in upcoming releases. For your visual enjoyment, Fedora 33 Workstation now features an animated background (based on time of day) by default.
Fedora CoreOS is an emerging Fedora Edition. It’s an automatically-updating, minimal operating system for running containerized workloads securely and at scale. It offers several update streams that can be followed for automatic updates that occur roughly every two weeks. Currently the next stream is based on Fedora 33, with the testing and stable streams to follow. You can find information about released artifacts that follow the next stream from the download page and information about how to use those artifacts in the Fedora CoreOS Documentation.
Fedora IoT, newly promoted to Edition status, provides a strong foundation for IoT ecosystems and edge computing use cases. Among many other features, Fedora 33 IoT introduces the Platform AbstRaction for SECurity (PARSEC), an open-source initiative to provide a common API to hardware security and cryptographic services in a platform-agnostic way.
Of course, we produce more than just the Editions. Fedora Spins and Labs target a variety of audiences and use cases, including Fedora CompNeuro, which brings a plethora of open source computational modelling tools for neuroscience, and desktop environments like KDE Plasma and Xfce.
And, don’t forget our alternate architectures: ARM AArch64, Power, and S390x. New in Fedora 33, AArch64 users can use the .NET Core language for cross-platform development. We have improved support for Pine64 devices, NVidia Jetson 64 bit platforms, and the Rockchip system-on-a-chip devices including the Rock960, RockPro64, and Rock64. (However, a late-breaking note: there may be problems booting on some of these devices. Upgrading from existing Fedora 32 will be fine. More info will be on the Common Bugs page as we have it.)
We’re also excited to announce that the Fedora Cloud Base Image and Fedora CoreOS will be available in Amazon’s AWS Marketplace for the first time with Fedora 33. Fedora cloud images have been available in the Amazon cloud for over a decade, and you can launch our official images by AMI ID or with a click. The Marketplace provides an alternate way to get the same thing, with significantly wider visibility for Fedora. This will also make our cloud images available in new AWS regions more quickly. Thank you especially to David Duncan for making this happen!
No matter what variant of Fedora you use, you’re getting the latest the open source world has to offer. Following our “First” foundation, we’ve updated key programming language and system library packages, including Python 3.9, Ruby on Rails 6.0, and Perl 5.32. In Fedora KDE, we’ve followed the work in Fedora 32 Workstation and enabled the EarlyOOM service by default to improve the user experience in low-memory situations.
To make the default Fedora experience better, we’ve set nano as the default editor. nano is a friendly editor for new users. Those of you who want the power of editors like vi can, of course, set your own default.
We’re excited for you to try out the new release! Go to https://getfedora.org/ and download it now. Or if you’re already running a Fedora operating system, follow the easy upgrade instructions. For more information on the new features in Fedora 33, see the release notes.
A note on Secure Boot
Secure Boot is a security standard which ensures that only officially-signed operating system software can load on your computer. This is important for preventing persistent malware which could hide itself in your computer’s firmware and survive even an operating system reinstallation. However, in the wake of the Boot Hole vulnerability, the cryptographic certificate used to sign Fedora bootloader software will be revoked and replaced with a new one. Because this will have a broad impact, revocation should not happen widely until the second quarter of 2021 or later.
However, some users may have received this revocation from other operating systems or firmware updates already. In that case, Fedora installations will not boot with Secure Boot enabled. To be clear, this will not affect most users. If it does affect you, you can boot with Secure Boot disabled for the time being. We will release an update signed with the new certificate to be available on all supported releases well before broad-scale certificate revocation takes place, and at that point Secure Boot should be reenabled.
In the unlikely event of a problem….
If you run into a problem, check out the Fedora 33 Common Bugs page, and if you have questions, visit our Ask Fedora user-support platform.
Thank you everyone
Thanks to the thousands of people who contributed to the Fedora Project in this release cycle, and especially to those of you who worked extra hard to make this another on-time release during a pandemic. Fedora is a community, and it’s great to see how much we’ve supported each other.
Outstanding! I applaud all the work accomplished by the Fedora team and open source contributors everywhere.
Is EarlyOOM enabled automatically when doing upgrade or is this only for new installations?
My installation is a few years old and earlyoom.service is enabled on my machine. So I think it’s default and has been default since 32?
i am using fedora from about 5 years it was my first linux distro. and i love it sometimes it makes me feel that i am made for it.
Leslie Satenstein, Montreal,Que,Canada
I have been using the beta version for the past month. Never a burp, never an issue.
What a great relief to have the distribution work, “Right out of the Box”.
Congratulations to all who worked to deliver this version, and the past versions.
The same goes for me – almost – I have experienced a couple of bugs. They have been reported and were solved promptly.
Thank you and keep up the good work-
Vielen Dank für das großartige Release.
And Fedora Silverblue?
Silverblue got updated too: https://silverblue.fedoraproject.org/download
If you have an existing Silverblue install, you can rebase to 33 using the instructions here: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/updates-upgrades-rollbacks/ (distribution release upgrades are not yet integrated into the Software gui tool in Silverblue)
Grey the earthling
Yes they are!
I upgraded from Silverblue 31 to 32 using GNOME Software (I disabled third-party repos using the terminal first) and those instructions now say:
Heh, serves me right, I should have actually read the page I was linking! Very nice 🙂
Thank you fedora team, I hope someday I can contribute to this amazing project
A big thanks to everyone involved in making this great distribution!
The fedora background in the illustration of the article is outdated 😛 !
Thanks for taking bold steps like BTRFS by default! Together with Wayland, Pipewire, fwupd, Silverblue etc. Fedora pushes for great innovation in the desktop space and I’m happily riding with you 🙂
Great distribution for those who like packages packaged by the distribution itself, good system for hackers.
Ich liebe Fedora 33. btrfs rockt und Wayland made my day. 👍🏻 Alles andere natürlich auch.
The greatest gift on my birthday 🙂 Thank you !!! 🙂
Thank you team Fedora.
I have been using the beta version of both the Workstation and the Server editions since release, without any issues.
I do like Fedora.
Thanks to all of you guys made this great Linux dist
Brilliant work as always!
Thank you so much for your hard and complicated work Fedora team for this new exciting release!!!
Thank You ,Fedora Teams for your amazing work
This is a huge release for home and office users!
– Btrfs offers lots of flexibility and safety, finally a step into the future fs-wise (option to use snapshots, no more lengthy integrity checks and corrupted files when the laptop runs out of juice)
– EarlyOOM and zram means no more systems getting swapped to death, this is a HUGE usability improvement that end users will notice (or actually, they will no longer notice anything besides their browser tabs oopsing now and then)
While many users will shrug off these features as being unnecessary, to regular users these could mean the difference between having a system that works very reliably vs one that often causes troubles, and losing data and having to watch at a stuck desktop after opening too many browser tabs isn’t part of the former.
Great work from all the devs!
Fedora 33 is awesome! Someone should write an article here on the “Docker support” features of fedora 33 tho. I boot it up, no docker manager or anything installed by default, I take it one has to download something? Anyway, Fedora 33 is really nice, does anyone know if CENTos or RHEL is planning to go to btrfs by default? That would be interesting to know!
to: Matthew Miller Thank you for the reply and answering ppl’s questions, that is how articles are done right!
In the release notes, there are supposed to be new “Docker support” features – im not sure what the writer meant by that. Maybe it was a reference to podman, although that is not “new”, so i wonder why someone wrote it in the release notes. No biggie, time will tell. Again, thanks.
I’m glad didn’t upgrade before too late 🙂 I have a lot of docker images for testing purpose. Will try podman before doing the upgrade to make sure everything works perfectly
BTRFS is not production-ready. It has failed at every production load I’ve thrown at it. Red Hat is not going to go to BTRFS until that is consistently not true.
I’m not a proponent for BTRFS (I like my ZFS for important stuff), but there’s a lot of FUD regarding BTRFS thrown around in places like this. Had it not been ready for production use, why would major players (hello FB) and at least two major distros (SuSE, Fedora, probably more?) use it by default?
Btrfs is a poor fit for high performance cattle servers. It is great for end users’ pets systems however. Fedora is only making btrfs the default for the workstation edition so what you say doesn’t apply.
NVIDIA with Fedora 33
I have a dell g5 gaming rig with geforce rtx 2080 installed. after about 10 min of fedora 33 boot up the screen goes blank. Here is a VERY simple way to fix it in less than a minute!
1) sudo dnf update
2) sudo dnf install https://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm
3) sudo dnf install https://download1.rpmfusion.org/nonfree/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree-release-$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm
4) sudo dnf install akmod-nvidia
sudo reboot or reboot the computer.
BAM! Problem fixed!
Notice when you go to settings/about it will show “NVIDIA Corporation TU104 [GeForce RTX 2080]”
for the graphics driver and the system will not blank the screen out. You are welcome 🙂
Thank you for the instruction !
What is you DE ? I read that the drivers NVIDIA you like do not work properly with wayland and therefore you need to use X11, otherwise steam and proton will not work.
I have bad news for you. Fedora devs are testing the 5.9 version of the Linux kernel and it will probably appear as an update next week. The problem is that Nvidia will not support kernel 5.9 for a few more months (1 to 2 probably, but it could be more). They stated it themselves. So you have two options:
1 – Do not update your system for a few months and check every once in a while if the driver has picked up support and is in the rpmfusion repos.
2 – Get an AMD GPU (or and Intel if you don’t play games) and live a happy life 😀
Personally, I would go with the second option.
If that’s true. There is no way kernel 5.9 should be pushed out to Fedora users. Nvidia is far too widespread in use, it would break systems without notice. I feel confident the Fedora Team know this. and wouldn’t do such an (unprofessional) thing.
Congrats Fedora 33 team. Running great here with my current RTX card. 🙂
This one is related to GAMING workloads only (CUDA).
System update went surprisingly smoothly and guickly. It was super easy – One button click (upgrade) did the trick. (also have a CUDA GPU)
Great work Fedora team!
Thanks to all contributors for their work building this high-quality and innovative Fedora product-line. It’s very impressive to see what people can do with common objectives to give their best creating Fedora. Thank you Mr. Miller for your above easy to understand article.
I just switched to Fedora 32 yesterday…
Awsome to see the great work that fedora team have done. Thanks to community too.
Gracias a todo el equipo de Fedora. Excelente trabajo. 👍
Thank you for all effort. Just amazing.
gnome-shell: segfault at 18 ip 00007ffa91fae87f sp 00007fff957cf790 error 4 in libmutter-7.so.0.0.0[7ffa91f29000+10a000]
I rebased to Silverblue 33 from 32 without an issue but because of the new BTrFS system, I think I’m going to nuke and pave so I can take advantage of that. Think I’ll stick to Silverblue over vanilla Workstation though, it’s a solid workhorse that got me through a data science master’s degree and is currently getting me through another in bioinformatics. Thank you all for your hard work, I celebrate every release.
Just to ask about Raspberry pi 4 support. Will that be also?
Fedora 33 works on Raspberry Pi 4. However:
It’s not officially supported
There is no 3D acceleration support just yet (that should come with Linux 5.10)
Fantastic!!!…Thank you all that made this possible and be safe.
Thank you Fedora team for your great work.
Congratulation Fedora team, you really do an amazing work, thank you!
Amazing, been on beta 33 for a while, and thoroughly impressed. Also, the advanced partioner finally fixed some long standing snags for me, which always made it a pain to do a fresh install they way I wanted it to, so no more workarounds needed, yay!
Now it only needs a kernel-lts package and it will be the perfect distro… pretty please?? 🙂
Congratulations everyone involved!
Thank you guys, thank you fedora team, amazing work 👏🏻!
Fedora 33 default deny ssh-rsa, through a new /etc/crypto-policies/back-ends/opensshserver.config which did not contain ssh-rsa config.
Just noting as Wang pointed out that ssh-rsa signatures on public keys are off by default in Fedora 33. If at all possible, I recommend leaving the default policy in place, and upgrading your SSH server and/or client keys, rather than downgrading security as many are doing. I wrote up my experiences at https://dev.to/bowmanjd/upgrade-ssh-client-keys-and-remote-servers-after-fedora-33-s-new-crypto-policy-47ag
Hi Jonathan, Thanks for the explaination and suggestions. What I failed to get what why they removed rsa keys from the policy list. Where would that rationale be documented?
ssh-rsa was deprecated because it uses the SHA1 hash algorithm for signature digests, and it is trivially easy to create payloads that have an equivalent SHA1 hash. This deprecation came from upstream, not from Fedora. See, e.g.,
I was able to get an old HP BlueStream upgraded to 33. Fairly difficult due to a 50 GB hard drive that was almost full. Ended up tinkering with the DNF configuration file to tell it to download the upgrade files to an attached flashdrive. When that did not free up enough space, I removed GIMP (sorry little critter) and some shared library files. USB 2.0 is very slow, but it is now upgraded. I have been using the old HP BlueStream running Fedora for Zoom meetings, internet browsing, and playing with Linux features for almost a year and half now. Very happy I can stay on the cutting edge of Open Source software with Fedora 33! (And yes, I reset the DNF configuration back so update will work.)
Fedora 33 is just amazing!!! Thanks guys!!!
Congratulations Fedora team and the whole community too! More productivity, less headache.
Fedora 33 (Thirty Three) 64-bit
Intel® Core™ i7-9750HF CPU @ 2.60GHz × 12
NVIDIA Corporation TU117M [GeForce GTX 1650 Mobile / Max-Q]
Atul Kumar Pandey
Kudos to the Fedora team, congratulations for your efforts in this critical time.
If you click on “learn more” in the Fedora 33 announcement (in F32’s Software), it points to https://fedoramagazine.org/whats-new-fedora-33-workstation, which gives you a 404. Maybe that should be fixed 😉
Installed it on my new Thinkpad T14, and so far it’s awesome! Keep up the greak work.
Can we set mount point options like ‘compress’ before installation within Anaconda?
Congratulations for the new release!
Matthew, Gnome Software shows a banner announcing the new Fedora 33 release. If you click on “More info” button it goes to https://fedoramagazine.org/whats-new-fedora-33-workstation, which doesn’t have any info (Page not found)
Congratulations, Thanks to All~!
what is fedora 33’s kernel version?
Fedora 33 is really great. Thanks for all the hard work, much appreciated.
I am updating right now after receiving a notification that a Fedora 33 was available. I did notice that the fedora updater has a button reading: “Learn more”. This refers to a page: https://fedoramagazine.org/whats-new-fedora-33-workstation but this page doesn’t exist (Yet?).
Good news, thanks for your work!
Thank you Fedora 33, so far so good.
I am using Fedora-cinnamon-33 live. I am unable to install Samsung Printer ML-1670 with:
sudo dnf config-manager –add-repo=https://negativo17.org/repos/fedora-uld.repo
sudo yum -y install uld.
It worked well with F32. Perhaps I have to wait for some time.
I had the same issue installing Samsung SL-M2020W printer:
# yum -y install uld
Error: Unable to find a match: uld
Congratulations !! And a HUUGE thanks to the fedora team !
It doesn’t how to upgrade from a previous version :-/
F33 the best releae yet!
Muchas Gracias a todo el equipo de Fedora!!
Superb. Sounds like the Fedora Project is going from strength to strength. I’ve been a Fedora user since Fedora 22, and I literally cant praise about the teams and their choices enough!
There is so much to get excited about with the IoT and AWS offerings, not to mention the ARM version, that I think it’s starting to be a open-and-shut case to use Fedora for modern cloud/enterprise development.
The video software added to 33 is much better than 32. Fedora has become my favorite OS. Thanks for all the hard work everyone has contributed!
prosze zróbcie fedorę w moim języku.
pokażcie jak tłumaczyc i jak ustawić tak by moja angielska zaczęła gadać poprawnie
Is it possible to setup F33 and btrfs with luks encrypted disks?
Yes. Simple check “Encrypt my data” when using Automatic partitioning. When using Custom (Manual) partitioning, you’ll find it in a dialog revealed by clicking the Volume:Modify button. (Figure 21 in the install guide.)
Congratulations for your excellent work Fedora Team!
I have a small doubt about the last IoT as an ‘Official Edition’, where is the corresponding IoT subfolder at download.fedora.project.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/33/?
I knew that this release is available at download.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/iot/33/IoT/, but many mirrors don’t take the pub/alt branch into account because sometimes it’s considered that all the official editions are only in the releases/ subfolder.
Although I continue to update to newer versions, shutdown is usually an issue where it simply hangs many times. It’s an unresolved issue for as long as I remember with Fedora.
Once again a seamless and trouble-free upgrade. I use 2 encrypted partitions on my ageing laptop, one for “/” and one for “home” and the install was perfect. I have already noticed a significant improvement in overall performance.
Many thank Fedora team!
Thank you fedora team
I switched to Debian a few months ago due to performance issues with Fedora, memory running out a lot, but now that zRAM and Btrfs are implemented to improve that performance, I’m wanting to switch back 🙂
As I have been doing for two years, I did a fresh install of Fedora Workstation 33 using the netinst server image. When there was the option for the “Base Environment”, I just changed from “Fedora Server Edition” to “Fedora Workstation”. Other than that, I used mostly default settings of the Anaconda installer. However, when checking “File Systems” in the Gnome System Monitor utility, the “Type” of the first two partitions, “/” and “/boot”, is “xfs”. Shouldn’t it be BTRFS, the new default ?
Thanks for all the good work. Another flawless DNF based upgrade of my DIY wireless router and laptop. Very happy with Fedora, a great combination of stability, ease of use, and rapid advance in software technology
I’m surprised how much Fedora has progressed since my last adventure with it (very long ago). I’m by no means new to Linux, avid user since 2005, and have had dire bad experiences with much earlier Fedora releases in the past, but this is incredible. The ease of use and amount of polish is astounding.
Thank you for your work!
Hi guys , im trying to upgrade from fredora 30 to 31 and i have a problem when i using this command at the end :
sudo dnf system-upgrade download –releasever=31
an this is the error:
Error: Transaction test error:
el archivo /usr/include/X11/extensions/XKBgeom.h de la instalación de libX11-devel-1.6.12-1.fc31.x86_64 entra en conflicto con el archivo del paquete xorg-x11-proto-devel-7.7-23.fc27.noarch
Can anyone help me ? becouse i want to update to this version , from 30 > 31 > 32 > 33
Since they are just -devel packages, I’d try adding
Nop, keeps popping up the same message,
i did this command :
sudo dnf system-upgrade download –releasever=31 –allowerasing
sudo dnf –refresh –allowerasing upgrade
Maybe is another thing.
i tried :
sudo dnf –allowerasing upgrade
sudo dnf –refresh –allowerasing upgrade
sudo dnf system-upgrade download –releasever=31 –allowerasing
It’s unclear why a F27 package (xorg-x11-proto-devel-7.7-23.fc27.noarch) is still around — something is not right on your system. I’d suggest running
to see what it reports.
But as noted, since this is a devel package, try just removing it, and any other devel packages that are reported as problems. (sudo dnf remove xorg-x11-proto-devel). You can always add back any you need after the update.
I been doing systems upgrades since fedora 27 , but recently someone told me that i must to avoid the https://www.if-not-true-then-false.com/ guide for installing the Nvidia drivers, also i have to rebuild manualy grub2 after kernel updates, maybe that guide messed something ( i been doing this since fedora 24 )
I just run dnf check i got nothing.
and i runned the sudo dnf remove …. and nothing happend :
All matches were filtered out by exclude filtering for argument: xorg-x11-proto-devel
No se han seleccionado paquetes para eliminar.
Nada por hacer.
Maybe is better if ill do an clean install.
It is very strange/unusual that the package is “there, but not there”. I’m sure there is a way to fix it. Maybe try
Thanks for the quick response , the first command didn’t output anything.
and the second one throwed this :
error: Error de dependencias:
pkgconfig(compositeproto) >= 0.4 es necesario por (instalado) libXcomposite-devel-0.4.4-16.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(damageproto) >= 1.1 es necesario por (instalado) libXdamage-devel-1.1.4-16.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(fixesproto) >= 5.0 es necesario por (instalado) libXfixes-devel-5.0.3-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(inputproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXi-devel-1.7.10-1.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(kbproto) es necesario por (instalado) libX11-devel-1.6.7-1.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(randrproto) >= 1.5 es necesario por (instalado) libXrandr-devel-1.5.1-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(recordproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXtst-devel-1.2.3-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(renderproto) >= 0.9 es necesario por (instalado) libXrender-devel-0.9.10-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(videoproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXv-devel-1.0.11-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xextproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXext-devel-1.3.3-11.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xextproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXtst-devel-1.2.3-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xf86vidmodeproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXxf86vm-devel-1.1.4-11.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xineramaproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXinerama-devel-1.1.4-3.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXau-devel-1.0.9-1.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXv-devel-1.0.11-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXcursor-devel-1.1.15-5.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXdamage-devel-1.1.4-16.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXft-devel-2.3.2-12.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libICE-devel-1.0.9-15.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXfixes-devel-5.0.3-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libSM-devel-1.2.3-2.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXrandr-devel-1.5.1-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libX11-devel-1.6.7-1.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXcomposite-devel-0.4.4-16.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXt-devel-1.1.5-11.20190424gitba4ec9376.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) libXrender-devel-0.9.10-9.fc30.x86_64
pkgconfig(xproto) es necesario por (instalado) qt-devel-1:4.8.7-49.fc30.x86_64
xorg-x11-proto-devel es necesario por (instalado) libXau-devel-1.0.9-1.fc30.x86_64
xorg-x11-proto-devel es necesario por (instalado) libXi-devel-1.7.10-1.fc30.x86_64
Any thoughts ?
I think the first command may have fixed things even though it didn’t output anything. Try using “dnf remove xorg-x11-proto-devel-7.7-23.fc27.noarch” now and dnf should let you remove all those dependencies at once.
Sorry , i have to reply over your first comment.
I did that and nothing, this didnt remove anything, this is the output :
All matches were filtered out by exclude filtering for argument: xorg-x11-proto-devel-7.7-23.fc27.noarch
No se han seleccionado paquetes para eliminar.
Nada por hacer.
Do you have any “exclude=” lines in /etc/dnf/dnf.conf? That might be causing this issue.
Yes …. 🙁
i do not remember why i have excluded xorg-x11 .. but i remember that i exclude kernel* because i was so sick to every time the kernel was upgraded or updated, i have to reinstall the nvidia drivers , if not , i got no desktop so i have manage to boot in init mode 3 and make the install
this is happening for the guide that everybody told me that i do not need to follow.
I do not remember why is that there.
No problem. Glad you figured it out. It’s not an unreasonable thing to do. I exclude kernel-* from time to time as well when the latest kernels don’t work with zfs. 🙂
Now works …
Sorry , everything is in spanish maybe this weekend a will try to update this system to 31 and then to 32 one after other.
Ejecutando verificación de operación
Verificación de operación exitosa.
Ejecutando prueba de operaciones
Prueba de operación exitosa.
¡Descarga completa! Use ‘dnf system-upgrade reboot’ para iniciar la actualización.
Para limpiar la caché de metadatos y transacción, use ‘dnf system-upgrade clean’
Los paquetes descargados se han guardado en caché para la próxima transacción.
Puede borrar los paquetes de la caché ejecutando ‘dnf clean packages’.
Thanks for the help !!!
When will anaconda installer will be changed? It’s intuitive.
after pulling off my hair using this uber shit called opensuse Fedora ROCKS!
Mais um utilizador a usar Fedora Rawhide 34 no Dell E5570, esta distrobuição está perfeita, mesmo em fase de desenvolvimento.
Fedora user from Portugal, very good work…
I waited the usual 1 week safety period after release, then updated via GNOME Software.
It was literally 2 clicks. Unbelievable! All external repos updated automatically. Nothing left to do.
Been using Fedora exclusively for >3 years, this was probably one of the easiest updates. Thanks guys! (Or thanks us, because I also maintain a few packages… :))
Next up: converting my main filesystem to BTRFS somehow 😛
Unreal Engine 4.25 (latest stable unreal) .. Projects requires CoreMinimal.h header file which needs sys/sysctl.h as an include which is not there in fedora 33 and was in fedora 32 🙁
Upgrade stalles on 83%…
Upgrade from 32 unfinished and no boot possible anymore!
Hopefully a reinstall will do.
I have used Fedora for a few years now and have updated the previous versions without any issues, but 32 to 33 did not go well. I use the Cinnamon desk, GIGABYTE X470 board, AMD Ryzen 5 3600, Radeon RX 5600.
I upgraded from within Fedora 32.. The upgrade down loaded, installed and appeared to launch without a hitch. When I ran GPARTED I saw that all the partitions were ext4 other than efi, none were btrfs. I do not remember seeing an option to pick my file system. The deal breaking though was that Virtual Box 6.1 was uninstalled which contained a virtual machine that I had spent a bit of time to configure to my liking(poof gone). Fortunately I imaged the disk prior and restored Fedora 32, with no loss other than time.
So my questions are:
Did I miss an option choice to install btrfs, I thought Fedora 33 default was btrfs.
Why is Virtual Box not supported?
As a Linux Noob, trying to rid myself of a system that want to decide how i am using my computer, trying to avoid a culture where a computer is an appliance that you have to throw away if broken or to old. Trying to be more free…. Is Fedora a good choice?
Czy w Fedora 33 można zmienić język na polski? / Is it possible to change the language in Polish in Fedora 33?