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Ryan Lerch

Updated Settings Application in Fedora 27 Workstation

Fedora 27 Workstation is slated for release later in the year, and it ships with version 3.26 of GNOME. One of the awesome changes from upstream GNOME that is shipping in Fedora 27 is the re-designed Settings application. The new… Continue Reading →

Ansible 2.4 available now in Fedora

Recently, the Ansible Community recently released version 2.4 of their open source automation engine. Ansible 2.4 is available for installation in both Fedora 25, and Fedora 26 — and is also available for pre-release versions of Fedora 27. Ansible is… Continue Reading →

Improved multimedia support with Pipewire in Fedora 27

Pipewire — a new project of underlying Linux infrastructure to handle multimedia better — has just been officially launched. The project’s main goal is to improve the handling of both audio and video. Additionally, Pipewire introduces a security model to… Continue Reading →

Introducing the Python Classroom Lab

The Fedora Labs are a selection of curated bundles of purpose-driven software and content as curated and maintained by members of the Fedora Community. Some of the current Labs are the Design Suite, the Security Lab, and the Robotics Suite…. Continue Reading →

Fedora 26 Workstation Wallpapers

The release of Fedora 26 is just around the corner, and the choices for wallpapers in Fedora Workstation are pretty amazing. In addition to the Fedora 26 Default Wallpaper and the GNOME 3.24 Adwaita background, Fedora Workstation now includes a… Continue Reading →

Quick tip: calculator in the Fedora Workstation overview

Most Fedora users are probably aware that Fedora Workstation ships with a basic calculator application. This small app has pretty much always been a part of the Fedora desktop. However, did you know that the Calculator app in Fedora Workstation… Continue Reading →

Alternate Tab GNOME shell extension

GNOME, the Fedora Workstation default environment, has a well known Alt+Tab feature to switch apps. This control groups windows for a single app together. For example, multiple terminal windows appear as a single terminal app. The Alt+` (backtick or backquote) shortcut switches between those… Continue Reading →

Flock submissions close soon

Flock is the annual conference where Fedora contributors meet up in person to collaborate and plan for future Fedora development. This year, Flock is in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA from the 29th of August to the 1st of September. If… Continue Reading →

Improved high DPI display support in the pipeline

Support for high DPI monitors has been included in Fedora Workstation for some time now. If you use a monitor with a high enough DPI, Fedora Workstation automatically scales all the elements of the Desktop to a 2:1 ratio, and… Continue Reading →

Track the night sky with Stellarium on Fedora

Ever looked up at the night sky and tried to identify specific celestial bodies out of the millions you can see? Stellarium is an awesome open source planetarium application available in Fedora to help you identify and track objects in the… Continue Reading →

Native color temperature tweaking with Night Light

RedShift is a utility that we have previously featured here at the Fedora Magazine. It is a small utility that automatically tweaks the color temperature towards the red end of the spectrum after dark. Blue light — which is typically… Continue Reading →

How to install more wallpaper packs on Fedora Workstation

Every new Fedora release ships with an awesome default wallpaper, and a set of supplementary wallpapers. This post lists all the past wallpapers, and shows you how to install the wallpapers from past releases on your current Fedora install.

Fedora Atomic Host available in Digital Ocean

The latest release of Fedora Atomic Host was announced earlier this week, and for the first time is also available on Digital Ocean. The Project Atomic blog has more details, including how to set up a new instance via either… Continue Reading →

How to open a terminal from Nautilus

When using Files (aka Nautilus), have you ever wanted to quickly open a terminal to run a command at the current location?

Try Tilix — a new terminal emulator in Fedora

Fedora users are spoilt for choice when it comes to terminal emulators. From the default gnome-terminal, to xterm, konsole, terminator, or tilda, there is certain to be a terminal emulator that suits your workflow. However, in Fedora 26, there is a new choice available to Fedora users: Tilix (previously named Terminix).

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