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Fedora 26 is here!

[This message comes from the desk of the Fedora Project Leader directly. Happy release day! — Ed.]  Hi everyone! I’m incredibly proud to announce the immediate availability of Fedora 26. Read more below, or just jump to download from: Get Fedora… Continue Reading →

Upgrading Fedora 25 to Fedora 26

Fedora 26 was just officially released. You’ll likely want to upgrade your system to the latest version of Fedora. Fedora offers a command-line method for upgrading Fedora 25 to Fedora 26. The Fedora 25 Workstation also has a graphical upgrade… Continue Reading →

What’s New in Fedora 26 Workstation

Fedora 26 Workstation is the latest release of our free, leading-edge operating system. You can download it from the official website here right now. There are several new and noteworthy changes in Fedora Workstation. GNOME 3.24 Fedora Workstation features the newest version of the… Continue Reading →

Testing modules and containers with Modularity Testing Framework

Fedora Modularity is a project within Fedora with the goal of Building a modular operating system with multiple versions of components on different lifecycles. Fedora 26 features the first look of the modularity vision: the Fedora 26 Boltron Server. However, … Continue Reading →

Upcoming Fedora Atomic Host lifecycle changes

The Fedora Project ships new Fedora Server and Workstation releases at roughly six-month intervals. It then maintains each release for around thirteen months. So Fedora N is supported by the community until one month after the release of Fedora N+2. Since… Continue Reading →

gThumb: View and manage your photos in Fedora

Fedora uses Eye of GNOME to display images, but it’s a very basic program. Out of the box, Fedora doesn’t have a great tool for managing photos. If you’re familiar with the Fedora Workstation’s desktop environment, GNOME, then you may be… Continue Reading →

Run OpenShift Locally with Minishift

OpenShift Origin is a distribution of Kubernetes optimized for continuous application development and multi-tenant deployment. OpenShift adds developer and free operations-centric tools on top of Kubernetes. This helps small and large teams rapidly develop applications, scale and deploy easily, and maintain… Continue Reading →

PSA: Errors after updating libdb

This is an important public service announcement for Fedora 24, 25 and 26 (pre-release) users, courtesy of the Fedora QA team. The short version If you recently updated and got some kind of error or crash, and now you’re getting… 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 →

Announcing the Release of Fedora 26 Beta

The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Fedora 26 Beta, the next big step on our journey to the exciting Fedora 26 release in July. Download the prerelease from our Get Fedora site: Get Fedora 26… 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 →

How to verify a Fedora ISO file

After downloading a fresh version of a Fedora ISO, it is a good habit to get in to to verify the downloaded file. The benefits of verification are two-fold: integrity and security. Verification of your ISO confirms if the file… Continue Reading →

Must-have GNOME extension: gTile

Tiling window managers have always interested me, but spending a lot of time tinkering with config files or learning how to wrangle them? Not so much. What I really want is a dead simple way to organize my windows and… Continue Reading →

Riley Brandt: How do you Fedora?

We recently interviewed Riley Brandt on how he uses Fedora. This is part of a series on the Fedora Magazine. The series profiles Fedora users and how they use Fedora to get things done. Contact us on the feedback form… Continue Reading →

Flock 2017 registration and submissions open

Planning is heavily underway for the annual Fedora contributors conference, Flock 2017. The conference is in Cape Cod, Massachusetts USA from August 29 – September 1, 2017. If you’re a contributor, or want to become one, here are some ways you can… Continue Reading →

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