OS Linux

Fedora Linux 35 Beta is coming out for the first time

When you think of Fedora, Red Hat’s Linux community distribution, you think of the latest in Linux. Everything is the latest version. If some of this isn’t ready for prime time just yet, you could always get hold of a more mature Linux distribution. But with the latest Fedora Linux …

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Fedora 35 bridges the gap between experienced and new users

Fedora 35 Beta is now available, and Jack Wallen believes what was once considered a distribution for the seasoned professional is now ready for the average user. Image: Fedora Project For the longest time, I thought the Fedora Linux distribution was an audience – those die-hard, seasoned users. There is …

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Should You Pay for Linux?

Unlike Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS, Linux isn’t just an operating system that can power your computer. Linux is also an approach to software development: open and freely available to everyone. But when you consider the amount of time and effort put into developing Linux, one question keeps popping up …

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Can you run Linux without a desktop environment?

Most Linux distributions come with a pre-installed desktop environment by default. But is it even possible to run Linux without a GUI? While modern Linux systems have attractive desktop interfaces, you may be wondering if you can use Linux without it. The straight answer is “yes”. What is a desktop …

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