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Fedora 30 new features: Where’s CoreOS?

Fedora 30 is the newest release of 2019 of the popular power user distribution: Fedora. Fedora is the base for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and it is favored among developers. Let’s discover what will change in...

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RHEL 8 beta released: new features

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the Linux distribution for the enterprise. With its ironclad security and rock-solid stability it is the main product of Red Hat, probably the biggest Open Source company. RHEL 8 beta has...

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How to upgrade Fedora 26 to Fedora 27

Upgrading is an essential operation in any operating system, but few operating system can handle it well. Many users prefer to install over the previous version and risk losing their data. Other user do backups and...

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Mageia 6 released, intriguing Mandriva reboot

After two years since Mageia 5 release, here comes Mageia 6 with improved hardware support and many new features. Mageia might look like a new distribution, but it has its root in one of the oldest...

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Fedora 26 new features: Boltron server, LxQT spin, and more

Fedora is the fast-paced bleeding-edge distribution of Red Hat. Fedora 26 is the first release of 2017 the other being Fedora 27. Let’s discover what lies in the future of this popular Linux distribution especially among...

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Flatpak: the future of package managers

In Linux we have a multitude of package managers, each with its own pros and cons. Let’s discover Flatpak, formerly GNOME xdg-app, the package manager that aims to provide cross-platform sandboxed packages to every Linux distribution.

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Fedora 23 changes (now with GNOME 3.18)

Fedora 23 is the next in line for release this month, after OpenStack Liberty, Ubuntu 15.10 here comes the next release of Red Hat’s “desktop” distribution.

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How to install Fedora 22 in 10 easy steps

Fedora 22 is the first release of Fedora in 2015, after many delays and changes, here it is! The most bumping features are the new GNOME 3.16 and DNF as default package manager which replaces YUM...

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DNF, Fedora’s new Package Manager

The currrent Package Manager for Fedora, CentOS and RHEL is YUM. Not for long. With the release of Fedora 22 (on 26th May 2015) YUM will be replaced by DNF. What will change? What are the...