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Fedora Linux 35 Released with GNOME 41, Fedora Kinoite Flavor, and WirePlumber

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After six months of hard work, Fedora Linux 35 is here with the latest and greatest GNOME 41 desktop environment for the Fedora Workstation edition. GNOME 41 brings some cool new features, such as a redesigned GNOME Software package manager that gives you instant access to Flatpak apps from the Flathub repository, a new GNOME Connections app for remote desktop access, and new settings for multitasking.

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Ben Williams: F34-20211101 Updated isos Released

  • Ben Williams: F34-20211101 Updated isos Released

    The Fedora Respins SIG is pleased to announce the latest release of Updated F34-2021101-Live ISOs, carrying the 5.14-14-200 kernel. This is the Final Set of Fedora 34 updated isos.

    This set of updated isos will save considerable amounts of updates after install. ((for new installs.)(New installs of Workstation have about 1GB of updates savings )).

    A huge thank you goes out to irc nicks: dbristow, dowdle, geraldosimiao, Southern_Gentlem for testing these iso.

Coverage by Michael Larabel

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    Fedora 35 is now officially available today as the latest major release of this Linux distribution developed by Red Hat and the open-source community. Fedora 35 is another very rich feature update at the forefront of Linux innovations from servers to the desktop.

    Fedora 35 as usual ships with bleeding-edge packages and other new features Red Hat engineers developed for respective upstream projects from the Linux kernel to GNOME. Fedora Workstation 35 is using GNOME 41 by default, features all of the latest (X)Wayland improvements including support around NVIDIA's proprietary driver, and also has other updated desktops available.

What’s new in Fedora Workstation 35

  • What’s new in Fedora Workstation 35

    Fedora Workstation 35 is the latest release of the Fedora Project’s free desktop operating system. It includes some new features and many tune-ups to the user experience. You can get Fedora Workstation 35 now from the official website, or upgrade your existing install using GNOME Software or through the terminal with dnf system-upgrade. This article describes some of the major improvements included in Fedora Workstation 35.

Worth the wait: Fedora Linux 35 is here!

  • Worth the wait: Fedora Linux 35 is here!

    Today, I’m excited to share the results of the hard work of thousands of Fedora Project contributors: our latest release, Fedora Linux 35, is here! While we broke our six-release streak of on-schedule releases, we felt it was more important to resolve a few outstanding blocking bugs. Fedora believes that software has to be usable to be useful, so while we know that a predictable schedule is important, we also ensure that every release meets our criteria, no matter what the calendar says.

Fedora 35 Released with GNOME 41, Improved PipeWire Experience

  • Fedora 35 Released with GNOME 41, Improved PipeWire Experience

    Yes, I know: this is not technically Ubuntu related, but I do like to report on events from outside the orange bubble from time to time — heck, I really should get around to doing something with omglinux.com, shouldn’t I?. Plus, I use Fedora regularly in order to keep tabs on GNOME development.

    So what’s new in Fedora 35?

Fedora 35 Linux-based operating system available for download

  • Fedora 35 Linux-based operating system available for download with GNOME 41

    Today is the day many of us have been waiting for -- Fedora 35 is officially here! Yes, folks, you can download the operating system immediately. For many Linux users, Fedora is considered the best distribution based on the open source kernel. Why? Because Fedora focuses on truly free and open source software -- a pure Linux experience. It is also fairly bleeding edge, while at the same time, remaining stable enough for daily use.

    What makes Fedora 35 exciting? This version operating system uses the brand-new GNOME 41 as its default desktop environment. GNOME 41 is notable for having significant performance improvements when using Wayland. Speaking of Wayland, Fedora 35 Beta will run faster when using it with an NVIDIA GPU. Plus, version 35 Beta gets NVIDIA with XWayland, for an improved experience when using apps that aren't designed for Wayland.

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  • Fedora 35 released [LWN.net]

    The Fedora 35 release has been announced.

  • WirePlumber in Fedora 35

    Today marks an exciting day as Fedora 35 has now been released, with WirePlumber as the default session manager for PipeWire! Under development by Collabora since 2019, and previously adopted in the automotive space by Automotive Grade Linux, WirePlumber has now officially entered the linux desktop space and is the recommended session manager to accompany PipeWire, with other distributions expected to follow very soon.

    WirePlumber brings some new and interesting things to the desktop. Most notably, it introduces the ability to easily modify the overal behavior of PipeWire for different use cases, using Lua scripts. This allows power users as well as developers of use-case specific distributions or desktop environments to customize their multimedia experience and get the most out of PipeWire. Recently I gave a talk about how this Lua scripting mechanism works, which you can watch here.

    Additionally, WirePlumber comes with a library that provides a high level object model to interface with objects in PipeWire, enabling application developers to more easily integrate PipeWire control functionality into their applications. This can help in transitioning away from the PulseAudio API in the forthcoming future, as most graphical applications like desktop environment sound settings dialogs and mixer applications are still using the PulseAudio API to interface with PipeWire.

  • Fedora 35 is Here and Shines with the New GNOME 41

    Fedora 35 is now officially available and brings with it the GNOME 41 desktop environment, which has plenty of great improvements as usual.

    After the release of the Fedora 35 beta at the end of September, Fedora 35 stable release is finally here with some exciting changes and improvements. This release continues the Fedora Project’s emphasis on delivering leading-edge open source technologies and includes updates spanning the Linux kernel to the desktop experience.

  • Fedora 35 Debuts With GNOME 41 and a New KDE Variant - It's FOSS News

    A couple of weeks after the beta release, Fedora 35 stable version has finally arrived! This version brings a few key improvements, many of which we will be looking at here.

    Most notable of these improvements is the inclusion of the recently-released Gnome 41, accompanied by smaller upgrades such as Linux Kernel 5.14 and the completion of the transition to PipeWire.

    Now, let’s have a look at some of these changes in brief along with some improvements introduced with Fedora 35.

Fedora Linux 35 Now Generally Available

  • Fedora Linux 35 Now Generally Available

    The Fedora Project, a community-driven open source collaboration sponsored by Red Hat, Inc., today announced the general availability of Fedora Linux 35, the latest version of the fully open source Fedora operating system. The new features and enhancements in Fedora 35 are aimed at improving the overall experience for all levels of users - from beginner to advanced.

    This release continues the Fedora Project's emphasis on delivering leading-edge open source technologies and includes updates spanning the Linux kernel to the desktop experience. Updates in Fedora 35 include...

Fedora 35 Available: Latest Coverage

  • Fedora 35 Available to Download and Upgrade with GNOME 41 - LinuxStoney

    Fedora 35 Available to Download and Upgrade with GNOME 41, The release of the new stable version of the Fedora 35 distribution finally came after delays two weeks later. Also thanks to additional tests, Fedora Server 35 and Fedora Workstation 35 should have good enough stability, taking into account the large number of changes, updates and news in this release.

  • Fedora Linux 35 Stable Available to Download with GNOME 41 - itsfoss.net

    WirePlumber allows for more customization of the policy and rules for audio and video. It provides a richer development experience and adds bindings for most languages. If you enable the third-party repositories that ship in Fedora Linux desktop variants, those repositories are now immediately available. Additionally, enabling third-party repositories now makes selected Flathub applications available via a filtered Flathub remote. This eases access to a curated list of applications that will not cause legal or other problems for Fedora to point to, does not overlap Fedora Flatpaks, and works reasonably well.” The release announcement offers further details.

  • Fedora Linux 35 brings power management, audio, and other improvements - Liliputing

    Fedora Linux 35 is now available for workstations (laptops or desktops), servers, or IoT devices. Among other things, the update brings Linux kernel 5.14 with improved hardware support, and the GNOME 41 and KDE Plasma 5.23 desktop environments.

    You can download the latest version of Fedora from the GetFedora website, or if you’re already running Fedora 34 or older, you can update your operating system to get the latest versions.

  • Fedora Linux 35 is here: Pushing Linux to the limit | ZDNet

    For those who use Fedora for more than a developer platform, the Fedora server family has improvements as well. For example, Fedora 35 Cloud images will now have hybrid BIOS+UEFI boot support. With this update, if UEFI doesn't work for you you have legacy BIOS support to fall back on.

    Btrfs is now Fedora Cloud's default file system. The big win here is you can take advantage of transparent compression to save filesystem space.

    Put it all together and as Miller says, "With Fedora 35, the Fedora Project continues towards our vision of a world where everyone benefits from free and open-source software built by inclusive, welcoming, and open-minded communities. We prioritize bringing the latest Linux innovation to our users. This latest version is focused on polishing features and support for improved performance and an even better user experience - helping to bridge the gap between new and expert users."

    Ready to try it? You can download Fedora and install it on a new machine or virtual machine (VM). Or, if you're already a Fedora user you can run the latest release by updating your current Fedora.

Fedora 35 - Full Review

  • Fedora 35 - Full Review - Invidious

    Fedora 35 was released on November 2nd of 2021, and brings with it the latest GNOME experience and various tweaks and improvements. Could this be the best GNOME desktop of 2021 so far? In this review, we'll take a look at it and see how it stacks up.

Linux overview | Fedora 35

Fedora Linux 35: Fresh Gnome desktop and new KDE edition

  • Fedora Linux 35: Fresh Gnome desktop and new KDE edition

    The Fedora developers have released a new version of their Linux distribution. In Fedora 35, they worked intensively on stabilizing changes that had already been implemented in earlier versions – such as the “Pipewire” sound server introduced with Fedora 34 as a replacement for PulseAudio.

    Gnome makes the step to version 41 as the primary desktop environment of this distribution, whereby its package management “Gnome-Software” now, if not all, integrates the most popular Flatpak packages from flathub.org via an additional repository. The “systemd-resolved” service, which has been responsible for name resolution for network connections since Fedora 33, has the ability to deal with “DNS over TLS” (DoT).

    Another novelty: Fedora “Kinoite”, a modularized Linux system that maintains system partitions in read-only mode and updates them separately from installed applications.

Fedora Linux 35 lands from The Fedora Project

  • Fedora Linux 35 lands from The Fedora Project

    The Fedora Project, a community-driven open source collaboration sponsored by Red Hat, Inc., has announced the general availability of Fedora Linux 35, the latest version of the fully open source Fedora operating system. The new features and enhancements in Fedora 35 are aimed at improving the overall experience for all levels of users, from beginner to advanced.

    This release continues the Fedora Project's emphasis on delivering leading-edge open source technologies and includes updates spanning the Linux kernel to the desktop experience.

Fedora Linux 35 now generally available

  • Fedora Linux 35 now generally available

    The Fedora Project, a community-driven open source collaboration sponsored by Red Hat, has announced the general availability of Fedora Linux 35, the latest version of the fully open source Fedora operating system.
    The new features and enhancements in Fedora 35 are aimed at improving the overall experience for all levels of users – from beginner to advanced.
    This release continues the Fedora Project’s emphasis on delivering leading-edge open source technologies and includes updates spanning the Linux kernel to the desktop experience.

Fedora Linux 35 is now available at Vexxhost

  • Fedora Linux 35 is now available at Vexxhost

    I love using Fedora Linux on desktops and servers. Fedora Linux is also a great platform for cloud applications. Starting today, you can deploy Fedora Linux 35 at Vexxhost!

    Vexxhost offers an open-source cloud with OpenStack under the hood. You can deploy Fedora Linux on cloud infrastructure in Canada, the United States, and the Netherlands. They also deliver many other OpenStack-based services to provide load balancers, block storage, and object storage.

The Fedora developers have released a new version of their Linux

  • Fedora Linux 35: Fresh Gnome desktop and new KDE edition

    The Fedora developers have released a new version of their Linux distribution. In Fedora 35, they worked intensively on stabilizing changes that had already been implemented in earlier versions – such as the “Pipewire” sound server introduced with Fedora 34 as a replacement for PulseAudio.

    Gnome makes the step to version 41 as the primary desktop environment of this distribution, whereby its package management “Gnome-Software” now, if not all, integrates the most popular Flatpak packages from flathub.org via an additional repository. The “systemd-resolved” service, which has been responsible for name resolution for network connections since Fedora 33, has the ability to deal with “DNS over TLS” (DoT).

    Another novelty: Fedora “Kinoite”, a modularized Linux system that maintains system partitions in read-only mode and updates them separately from installed applications.

Workstation, server, IoT? No worries. Fedora 36 is out

  • Workstation, server, IoT? No worries. Fedora 36 is out – all 13 editions of it

    Version 36 of Fedora, the free community Linux distro sponsored by Red Hat, is here.

    And let it be known that there's a lot more to Fedora 36 than just the well-known distribution, with its different desktop spins.

    There are multiple parallel products under the Fedora banner, and they've all got new versions out, too.

    The default desktop is GNOME 42, accompanied by spins with KDE, Xfce, LXQt, MATE, Cinnamon, LXDE, Sugar, and i3.

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