Fedora 31 Workstation is out in the wild and it’s time to have a look at what’s new. Spoiler: not a whole lot – but does there need to be? There’s a bunch of exciting stuff going on with Fedora Silverblue, Fedora Core OS, and others, but the workstation desktop seems to be iteratively evolving without too much fanfare.
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Tristan Naicker

April 20, 2020

im on ubuntu and my friend tried Fedora 31 and he said that its too much to use the terminal

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uma mahesh Y

April 20, 2020

is it possible to update fedora 27 to fedora 30 or 31 ??? how ??

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Mark Galvez

April 20, 2020

I love GNOME but I despise hearing guh-NOME being said… it rubs me the wrong way

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TheJooomes

April 20, 2020

It's very stable considering how bleeding edge it is.

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BLKSTN

April 20, 2020

how do you deal with the mouse problem??

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Sunny Tangirala

April 20, 2020

This looks amazing.

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sohrob

April 20, 2020

GNOME is gnasty. Much prefer KDE Plasma.

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Alexander G.

April 20, 2020

I have never seen 'apt' in Debian breaking something up

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Stefan Eriksson

April 20, 2020

The problem with everything hinging on the meta key is that it's not very efficient for left handed people, like me.

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Clyde Locker

April 20, 2020

I am battling with samba shares on fed 31 cinnamon

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Jackie Chan

April 20, 2020

Has too many bugs over 30 after upgrading.

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Master Stroke

April 20, 2020

Can I install this distribution in a 32 bits hardware?

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ironman tooltime

April 20, 2020

G-nome 🤨. Its pronounced Nome. Silent G bro. 😥😕

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A K

April 20, 2020

Hi guys, anyone managed to make wifi dongle work with the new version of fedora?

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Chris Rainey

April 20, 2020

I left Ubuntu due to security(privacy) concerns around the default $HOME permissions of 755(r-x) and umask=0022 which allow other local user accounts r-x access to each others $HOME dirs by default. Fedora doesn’t allow that and I also discovered how many other things that I love about the close following of upstream GNOME and the pleasant use of DNF to RPM’s, what APT is to DEB’s. You can read the details of my unplanned migration, here: https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/am-i-crazy-or-stupid-umask-0022-and-dir-mode-0755-as-defaults-for-home

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Sean Greenhalgh

April 20, 2020

Fedora looks really nice.

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marfagerland

April 20, 2020

Heads up. They broke docker

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Charlike Mike Reagent

April 20, 2020

Does Wayland ever going to work on NVidia, any info? I mean.. I always hearing that it doesn't work. I think i tried it and i'm with pretty pretty old machine from before 10 years with Nvidia. But don't remember if there was "problems". The thing is there's some feeling even if it works, it's not "official and stable".

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Charlike Mike Reagent

April 20, 2020

Check out CentOS 8, CentOS Stream, and Fedora Silverblue. Currently considering to switch to one of those. Once and for all.

Haha, just posted and you mentioned Silverblue.

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j lewellen

April 20, 2020

Personally, the one thing that I like about Fedora and there is no substitution is DNF and the old YUM. I miss it since I had to move onto Ubuntu server (native ZFS) and have gone with Pop_OS! for the desktop given how easy it is to be up and running. I'm hoping to go back someday.

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Anzan Hoshin Roshi

April 20, 2020

Thank you, IG.

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Gabriel Oliveira de Castro

April 20, 2020

I love Fedora because it is stable and is refined, from the choice of programs that it ships with to stability and software availability it just works. Fedora 31 has been bad in my laptop because of some problem of Gnome 3.34 with Wayland that it causes a lot of stutters and mouse freezes during use of xwayland or high cpu usage situations, but I believe that they'll fix it in 1 or 2 weeks (I depend on wayland for the fractional scaling)

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The UK

April 20, 2020

As you mentioned Clear Linux os is the performance champ but according to me I was a Sluggish experience for me as I installed that OS and beside from losing my all data from Hard Disk it stucks all the time on my Intel core i5 3rd gen laptop with 8GB RAM and leaves the shadows of previouly opened window.
It disturbed me a lot so that I removed this os after 30 minutes of Installation.

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Eddie O'Connor

April 20, 2020

Fedora Linux. In a word? Perfect.

'Nuff said.

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Junhai Yang

April 20, 2020

I'm a software dev, to install what I need for laravel, I just have to dnf install composer; Ubuntu, I have to grab ppa, apt upgrade, install php 73, or composer 73? Cannot get the name right, because the default version is still 5.6… Fedora includes all php extensions in repo, including symfony packages and php unit, phpmd etc. , so I don't have to get a ppa or do weird naming… Also, fedora version upgrade is easy, other distro breaking, heard too much.

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jor_r

April 20, 2020

On two separate laptops Fedora has been rough on my temps. The fan seems to run overtime just to keep it under control. No idea why this is. Pop OS worked just fine though and was rock solid.

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Sendy Pamungkas

April 20, 2020

As an end user, should I install Fedora workstation or Fedora silverblue ?

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