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X11 Is No Longer Part of Fedora Workstation 41

It’s final! Fedora moves to Wayland-only GNOME, dropping X11 from its media to enhance user experience. Here’s more on that.
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Fedora and RHEL Users Alerted to OpenSSH Vulnerability

A new vulnerability, CVE-2024-6409, in OpenSSH versions 8.7 and 8.8 risks remote code execution; Fedora 36/37 and RHEL 9 are affected.
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Fedora 42 Proposes to Include Opt-In User Metrics Collection

A proposal has been made for Fedora 42 to collect user data via an opt-in system. Transparency and user control are promised, but doubts linger.
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Fedora Workstation development update – Artificial Intelligence edition

There are times when you feel your making no progress and there are other times when things feel like they are landing in quick succession. Luckily this definitely is the second when a lot of our long term efforts are … Continue reading

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How to Sign VMware Workstation Pro Kernel Modules on UEFI Secure Boot Enabled Linux Systems

For VMware Workstation Pro kernel modules to load on UEFI Secure Boot enabled Linux systems, you must sign them manually. Unsigned VMware Workstation Pro kernel modules won’t load, resulting in VMware Workstation Pro services failing to start. As you can see, VMware Workstation Pro services failed to start after the VMware Workstation Pro kernel modules […]

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Ultramarine Linux 40: Fedora in the Heart, Budgie on the Face

Ultramarine Linux 40: Based on Fedora 40, rainy spring theme, early upgrades, a new Xfce edition, and more.
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Fedora Approves a New Spin With Miracle Window Manager

Proposed almost a month ago, a new spin featuring the Miracle Window Manager has been approved by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo), who took a vote on it.
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Important! Fedora 38 End of Life Approaches (May 21st). Upgrade to Latest Fedora Release Right Away.

Fedora Linux 38 will reach its end of life on May 21, 2024 and no longer receive updates or support of any kind. This includes security patches, bug fixes, and software upgrades.
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How to Passthrough an NVIDIA GPU to a Fedora 40 Proxmox VE Virtual Machine

If you passthrough an NVIDIA GPU to a Fedora 40 Proxmox VE virtual machine, you get many benefits, such as: Stream the virtual machine’s display directly on the monitor connected to the NVIDIA GPU. Add a USB keyboard and a mouse to the virtual machine and use it like a real desktop computer. Get near-native […]

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How to Create a Fedora 40 Virtual Machine on Proxmox VE

In this article, I will show you how to create a Fedora 40 virtual machine on Proxmox VE. This article is the foundation of the Proxmox VE Fedora 40 virtual machine GPU passthrough guide. Once you have a Fedora 40 virtual machine set up, you can passthrough a GPU (i.e. NVIDIA GPU) to the Fedora […]

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Download Fedora 40 Full Editions (Workstation, Server, IoT Included)

The fortieth release of Fedora GNU/Linux is here. It is released on
Tuesday, 23 April 2024 or a few days earlier than Ubuntu Noble Numbat
release date. It is available in a lot of editions, mainly: Workstation, Server, IoT, Cloud
and many more. We m…

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10 Things to Do After Installing Fedora 40 (Workstation)

A list of 10 things you can perform after installing Fedora 40 Workstation Edition. A curated list just for you of this release.
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How to Install NVIDIA GPU Driver on Fedora 40+ KDE 6 Spin on Wayland

Installing the NVIDIA GPU driver is the first thing you will want to do after installing Fedora 40 on your computer. Fedora 40 comes with different spins (desktop environments) and the latest software. Wayland display server (which will replace the X11/Xorg display server completely one day) is the default on some of the Fedora 40 […]

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Installing VS Code on Fedora

Microsoft’s super popular code editor Visual Studio Code can be easily installed on Fedora.

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5 Popular Linux Distros to Run on a VPS

A virtual private server (VPS) is a machine that hosts all the software and data needed to run an application or website. It’s called virtual because virtualization technology splits a server into multiple virtual machines. So with a single piece of hardware, multiple separate servers can be run. The most popular operating system used by […]

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Setting Up LAMP (Apache, MariaDB, PHP) on Fedora 40 Server

The post Setting Up LAMP (Apache, MariaDB, PHP) on Fedora 40 Server first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .After installing the Fedora 40 server edition, you might want to host a website on your server. To do this, you need a reli…

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Fedora 40 Released as a Prettier and a More Secure Distro

Now that Fedora 40 is available, you can choose to wait a bit or upgrade your experience by following our Fedora upgrade tutorial.
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How to Install OpenCL for Intel GPU on Fedora 40+

OpenCL is an open-source library for running compute tasks on GPUs. OpenCL enables 3D hardware acceleration for supported applications (i.e. LibreOffice) using the GPU hardware (i.e. Intel iGPU) you have installed on your computer. So, unless OpenCL is installed, OpenCL-supported applications (i.e. LibreOffice) will not have hardware acceleration enabled and may not perform well (i.e. […]

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Slimbook Fedora 2 Is a New Linux Laptop Powered by Fedora 40

Explore the new Slimbook Fedora 2 with a sleek GNOME desktop and stunning hardware for top performance.
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Fedora 40 Released, Here’s What’s New

Powered by Linux kernel 6.8, Fedora 40 ships with a GNOME 46 desktop environment, a refreshed software base, and more.
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