You’re invited to the Fedora Linux 37 Release Party!

I am pleased to announce we will celebrate the final release of Fedora Linux 37 with a virtual Release Party. The virtual release parties are a great way to learn more about the latest Fedora Linux release. More importantly, they’re a chance to spend time with the wonderful Fedora community. Please register on Hopin and join us on November 4th and 5th for a short program of informational sessions and social activities. Make sure to save the dates, share the registration, and show up to party with Fedora Friends!

The program is still in the works, but we hope to include informational sessions that will feature updates about Fedora CoreOS, the new installer interface preview, and a bunch more current community activities. We’ll also meet our new Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator, Justin W. Flory. Last, but certainly not least, we will have social sessions, including hanging out in the Fedora Museum WorkAdventure. Thanks to our amazing community for all your contributions to the latest release of Fedora Linux. Let’s celebrate!

Don’t forget to register for free any time and join us November 4th and 5th.



  1. This is great! Well done to everyone for your hard work.
    I’m just wondering if the aarch64 architecture is going to be released in parallel with all the others?

  2. Eric

    Bonjour !
    Je suis intéressé je vous remercie

  3. ferpanz

    ¡Felicitaciones! Excelente trabajo que se viene haciendo

  4. Yuritto

    I’m really looking forward to tomorrow’s release!

  5. Kermit

    VAAPI 🥲

  6. I can’t wait to install Fedora 37 and start testing Gnome 43 I thought it was released today… what a pity!

    • Truls Gulbrandssen

      Why not try F37 Beta? I’ve been running this version since it was released and it works like a dream.

    • ArtūrasB.

      Beta works really well. Maybe not for critical missions, but for “normal” daily use it is stable enough.

  7. Sergio Corrales

    I have a Samsung book 2 pro with sound problem. And I’m now downloading the beta to check if the problem is solved

  8. Mariano Rodriguez

    congratulations to the community, great effort!!!!!!!!!!

  9. fedora daily user

    Thank You all Fedora Team.

  10. hf

    Thanks everyone

  11. Pablo Andres Cuadros Roca

    Gracias por el trabajo a todo el equipo de Fedora

  12. Mario R

    Using NVIDIA RTX 3000 series? The live workstation ISO experience is not good due to flashing desktop. I’m not sure how widespread this is.

    If this is you, no issues with Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-37_Beta-1.5.iso.

  13. Just upgrade a Fedora 36 installation with DNF, you don’t need to wait for the official ISOs. Fedora 37 already seems pretty stable and I’m running it on many systems, both x86_64 and AArch64.

    As root:
    dnf distro-sync –refresh -y –allowerasing –best –releasever=37 && sync

    You may want to check to make sure it set up your bootloader and new kernel correctly. Other than that, I haven’t hit any big ones.

  14. Mr Grandpa Leslie Satenstein, Montreal,Que

    Ben, You did not mention the time of day for the “party”. I presume it is for USA central standard time.

    If we cannot make it, please, please, post the precedings onto YouTube.

    • The registration page indicates the times as:
      November 4, 7:00AM – November 5, 5:00PM EDT

    • We’re still working on the schedule, but in general you can expect it to be roughly 1200-1900 UTC as in the past. All recorded sessions will be posted to YouTube after the fact, as usual.

  15. Mr Grandpa Leslie Satenstein, Montreal,Que

    Thank you for the reply concerning YouTube.

    I will be looking forward to both the online and You Tube presentations.

  16. maxintosh

    I’m uber excited, thank you Fedora Team and Red Hat! And anyone else who helps the community / development of the best server / desktop os! Long Live Fedora!

  17. Loving the Fedora Spirit and Community at large. I find it very encouraging to see how far we’ve come as a distro and major Linux community. Been a RedHat/Fedora user in Nigeria way before the core series and must say it is by far the most stable Linux O.S is well tweaked. Big ups and perhaps this will encourage me to reactivate my Linux blog so as to spread more awareness in this part of the globe.

  18. Mohammad

    is stable release scheduled on 25 Oct or is it (again) postponed to next week (1 Nov)?

    • The current target date is 1 November. The F37 schedule always has the most up-to-date information.

      • Steve

        I upgraded to version 37 this morning

        [steve@fedora ~]$ cat /etc/os-release
        NAME=”Fedora Linux”
        VERSION=”37 (Workstation Edition)”
        PRETTY_NAME=”Fedora Linux 37 (Workstation Edition)”
        VARIANT=”Workstation Edition”
        [steve@fedora ~]$ ^C
        [steve@fedora ~]$ cat /etc/os-release

  19. Mr Grandpa Leslie Satenstein, Montreal,Que

    I looked at the blockers and frankly, I do not use any of those linux areas. For that reason, I have been enjoying Fedora 37 beta++ since it was offered.

    Fedora is great. I am a devotee. I started with Fedora just as it was first intorduced and named,.That was some 25 years ago. At that time, it fit onto a single sided 800meg Compact disk. (CDROM).

    I find that Fedora is the standard for quality and for which other distros try to match, and never succeed.

  20. Luis

    Congrats Fedora Team!

  21. Joe Pesco

    I’m relishing upgrading my lab to Fedora 37!

  22. Congratulations on Fedora 37!
    You are all doing great work and we are most grateful for all the hard work..

  23. Peter V Daniels

    I’m ALL IN Just Great! Supre…
    Mostly ={ (Test Days kinda person), peter _v _daniels)}]

  24. tg121268

    Fantastic!! I’ll party for this one and the next release also.

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