The Linux Kernel 5.9 is now out and available for the masses. Like any other release, Kernel 5.9 introduces fantastic features along with updated drivers. The development of Linux kernel 5.9 started about two months ago when Linus Torvalds announced the first release candidate (RC) milestone.
Fedora 33 Beta, a Red Hat-sponsored community project, is released. It is a pre-release of the Fedora 33 Stable version, which will be available to the masses in the last week of October. Fedora 33 release has triggered excitement among Linux users with its significant shift from the ext4 filesystem to btrfs and other unique new features.
Are you running Fedora as your favorite Linux distribution? Do you have a slow or no internet connection? If so, read along and know how to use the Fedora Offline Package Manager. Fedora Offline Package Manager (OPM) is a solution for users who want to update their system and install new packages without the internet.
If you are looking for a feature-rich and reliable Office Suite for your Fedora PC, then you have an excellent option at hand. LibreOffice, a free and opensource app, has stood the test of time and evolved into a beautiful alternative to Microsoft Office.
When it comes to typography, Microsoft True Type fonts have entirely dominated the market. Although we have more than a thousand fonts available, the extensive use of the Windows operating system has altogether led to the increase in popularity of Microsoft True Type fonts.
You are probably a gamer wondering how you can continue enjoying Steam services on Fedora if you are reading this article. Fortunately, this post gives you a step by step guideline on installing Steam and also enabling Proton on your Fedora Workstation.