In this video, we take a look at Fedora 31, with a focus on seeing where Fedora fits in with the rest of the ecosystem. I’ll go over new features, my overall opinion, and find out who exactly this distribution is even for.

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20 Comments

Michael Olson

May 8, 2020

im on a 10 ten year old system, i5, boots up in about 30 seconds on mint cinnamon, everything happens pretty fast, no complaints here. Your casually referring to a 3 year old laptop as being old hardware is counter to most linux users and comes off as elitism.

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Lou Braga

May 8, 2020

i agree! Fedora is so bad that Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, is pretty much the
only fool still using it ….

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Catalin Raducan

May 8, 2020

fedora/centos/redhat are for real men who undestand linux.

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Podunk Man

May 8, 2020

I've installed and resolution is like on 20 years old monitor. No way to choose bigger resolution. Yeah, I know… sudo, vi, copy, paste, run, save…. typical Linux crap. Hello, we have 2020!

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uma mahesh Y

May 8, 2020

how to slove my kernal probleam in fedora 27 and i need how to slove update probleams

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BLKSTN

May 8, 2020

have you ever had cursor delay issues? i had with silverblue 31 and it very annoying

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TheJooomes

May 8, 2020

"I am using a pretty old computer [3 yo system76 laptop]."
me: *cries in 2nd gen i3*

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Marlo Mitchell

May 8, 2020

Libre office is just as good as Office 2003, is it better or just as good as office 2016? Unfortunately, no.

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Avery Freeman-Wheaton

May 8, 2020

I'm by no means a RedHat fanboy, but if I wanted to work with their latest dev offerings like Jenkins, Ceph, Gluster, KVM, Podman, Openshift, FreeIPA, I'd choose Fedora.  Those projects are definitely heavy hitters. Downloading gnome icon themes is a lot easier than trying to recreate the toolchain Fedora comes with, I'd rather have that OTB any day.

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Ali Ahmad

May 8, 2020

Will you share the links of all those 4 books you wrote? If it's on Linux, I'll definitely have them.

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maticman94

May 8, 2020

Fedora is always hard to review. For me it's a better balance of up-to-date and stable than ubuntu. But having an LTS version would make it easier to recommend. I especially like that most all my software comes from the official repos and rpmfusion; instead of having multiple ppa's to keep software up to date. The community's one of the best I've experienced in linux.

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Spender604

May 8, 2020

It's not lagging behind unless you compare to purely rolling releases. Ubuntu based releases are the ones lagging behind since almost everything is frozen after release. Fedora has these biannual updates to the main software stack, but everything else is updated within a week or two of release.

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pie tossing

May 8, 2020

As a newb the only distribution I've tried that I really like a lot is fedora. Building my fedora mini itx machine today. 9700k, 32 gig, couple 1TB m.2, loving life. 🙂

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Mo Iqbal

May 8, 2020

Well, for me 3 years is not that old hardware

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Gabi Ruta

May 8, 2020

I use Fedora for a long, long time, but not with this crappy Gnome. Gnome is a "pain in the ass" Desktop (always was). KDE Plasma it is a better choice. Fedora Developers should choose The KDE as the default Desktop Environment for the future releases.

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larsaskogstad

May 8, 2020

My "distro of the week". My current distro is Solus for my laptop but I've get much better battery life from Fedora. It seems quite good and I will use it for a while.

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Abhijeet Kotkar

May 8, 2020

Good review man

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Master Stroke

May 8, 2020

Can I install this distribution in a 32 bits computer?

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Hammerhead Corvette

May 8, 2020

I think it's a little harsh in the conclusion. The "lack of software, gaming etc" is grossly inaccurate. Flatpaks and Snaps bridge the divide. The hardware compatibility is on par, not sure where you perceived that conclusion since there were no hardware testing here. But to each their own.

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None Given

May 8, 2020

I like Fedora but Ubuntu is the only one that works on my MSI laptop. Not to pick a fight also, but wasn't one of the so called advantages people claimed about Linux over Windows was that you didn't need to restart your computer after updating?

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