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Today the GNOME project announced the release of GNOME 3.34. This latest release of GNOME will be the default desktop environment in Fedora 31 Workstation. The Beta release of Fedora 31 is currently expected in the next week or two, with the Final release scheduled for late October. GNOME 3.34 includes a number of new...

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TFTP, or Trivial File Transfer Protocol, allows users to transfer files between systems using the UDP protocol. By default, it uses UDP port 69. The TFTP protocol is extensively used to support remote booting of diskless devices. So, setting up a TFTP server on your own local network can be an interesting way to do...

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When you install the Fedora Workstation, you'll find the world-renowned Firefox browser included. The Mozilla Foundation underwrites work on Firefox, as well as other projects that promote an open, safe, and privacy respecting Internet. Firefox already features a fast browsing engine and numerous privacy features. A community of developers continues to improve and enhance Firefox....

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In the previous article we touched upon some of the new features introduced to Cockpit over the years. This article will look into some of the tools within the UI to perform everyday storage management tasks. To access these functionalities, install the cockpit-storaged package: sudo dnf install cockpit-storaged From the main screen, click the Storage...

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With the rise of containers and container technology, all major Linux distributions nowadays provide a container base image. This article presents how the Fedora project builds its base image. It also shows you how to use it to create a layered image. Base and layered images Before we look at how the Fedora container base...

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