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How to upgrade from Fedora 25 Atomic Host to 26

In July the Atomic Working Group put out the first and second releases of Fedora 26 Atomic Host. This article shows you how to prepare an existing Fedora 25 Atomic Host system for Fedora 26 and do the upgrade. If… Continue Reading →

How to use the same SSH key pair in all AWS regions

This article shows how to use the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) to configure a single SSH key pair on multiple AWS Regions. By doing this you can access EC2 instances from different regions using the same SSH key… Continue Reading →

Enhancing smart backups with Duply

Welcome to Part 2 in a series on taking smart backups with duplicity. This article builds on the basics of duplicity with a tool called duply. Duply is a frontend for duplicity that integrates smoothly with recurring tools like cron… Continue Reading →

Taking smart backups with Duplicity

Backing up data is one of the most important tasks everyone should be doing regularly. This series will demonstrate using three software tools to backup your important data. When planning a backup strategy, consider the “Three Rs of backup”: Redundant:… Continue Reading →

Clustered computing on Fedora with Minikube

This is a short series to introduce Kubernetes, what it does, and how to experiment with it on Fedora. This is a beginner-oriented series to help introduce some higher level concepts and give examples of using it on Fedora. In… Continue Reading →

Introduction to Kubernetes with Fedora

This article is part of a short series that introduces Kubernetes. This beginner-oriented series covers some higher level concepts and gives examples of using Kubernetes on Fedora. The information technology world changes daily, and the demands of building scalable infrastructure become more important. Containers… Continue Reading →

Controlling Windows via Ansible

For many Linux systems engineers, Ansible has become a way of life. They use Ansible to orchestrate complex deployment processes, to define multiple systems with a quick and simple configuration management tool, or somewhere in between. However, Microsoft Windows users have generally required a… 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 →

Secure your webserver with improved Certbot

A year and a half ago the Let’s Encrypt project entered public beta. Just over a year ago, as the project left beta, the letsencrypt client was spun out of ISRG, which continues to maintain the Let’s Encrypt servers, into… Continue Reading →

NetworkManager changes and improvements

NetworkManager is the default service in Fedora for interfacing with the low level networking in the Kernel. It was created to provide a high-level interface for initializing and configuring networking on a system without shell scripts. Over the past few… Continue Reading →

How to install a kernel from koji

Kernel developers frequently request bug reporters test on a different kernel. Sometimes this is a full new version. Other times it’s a test build with a patch. This article shows you how to install a kernel someone has built elsewhere.

Students meet Fedora at Linux Weekend 2017

Open source projects are built online and a lot of their community members are placed all over the world. Even though projects have people from around the world, this doesn’t stop ambitious community members to organize open source conferences or… Continue Reading →

Using cloud-init to initialize Fedora Cloud VMs on oVirt

This article shows how to use cloud-init on the oVirt management platform. With cloud-init, you can start up a Fedora Cloud Base Image template, configured for network and logins, without logging into the virtual machine. What is oVirt? oVirt is a free, open-source virtualization… Continue Reading →

Integrating scripts in Nautilus to perform useful tasks

Files (also known as Nautilus) is the default file browser in Fedora Workstation. One of the super-handy, yet lesser known features in Nautilus is the ability to add scripts to run against one or more files. You can use this… Continue Reading →

How to install Wireshark network analyzer on Fedora

Wireshark is popular tool for network protocol analysis used by education institutions and in the industry. It offers both terminal and graphical user interfaces and both are available on Fedora. You can use it either for real-time network analysis or… Continue Reading →

Automate building Fedora Atomic Host

Atomic Host from Project Atomic is a lightweight, container-based OS built upon the principle of immutable infrastructure using the LDK (Linux, Docker, Kubernetes) stack. Atomic Hosts are built from standard RPM packages composed into filesystem trees using rpm-ostree. Atomic Host comes… Continue Reading →

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