New Linux distribution: Fedora 35 Beta with Gnome 41 can now be tried out

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With the RPM-based Fedora 35 and the revised desktop environment Gnome 41, the Fedora project (“Fedora Project”) for free software is now starting the open beta phase of the next edition of one of the most diverse and at the same time most popular Linux distributions. Linux 5.14 forms the foundation.

Beta for workstation, server and IoT released

Like its predecessors Fedora 32 with Gnome 3.36 (“Gresik”) and Linux 5.6, Fedora 33 with Gnome 3.38 (“Orbis”) and Linux 5.8, and Fedora 34 with Gnome 40 and Linux 5.12, Fedora 35 will also appear in the editions Workstation and Server and IoT. The three versions can now be tried out as beta by anyone.

Fedora 35 Beta with Gnome 41 Fedora 35 Beta with Gnome 41 (Image: Fedora Project)

In addition, the operating system will also appear as Fedora 35 CoreOS, an automatically updating, very compact, container-focused derivative, and as Fedora Silverblue 35, an outlook on the future of the popular Linux distribution. What is new is the persistent Fedora Kinoite with KDE Plasma 5.

Updates for Nvidia, Wayland and Flatpak

Among other things, the support for the Nvidia graphics driver using the free display server protocol designed for Linux and BSD has been improved Wayland and the integration of the Linux package management Flatpak via the app store Flathub into the Gnome Software tool.

System images are already available

As part of the beta phase that has now started, the Fedora project Fedora 35 Server (ISO), Fedora 35 Workstation (ISO) and Fedora 35 IoT (ISO) released for testing.

For professionals, the Fedora server also has additional system images for AArch64 (or ARM64), the 64-bit extension of the ARM architecture. The YouTube channel “TechHut“Introduces the Fedora 35 beta and its features in detail.

Further information is provided by the official Release Notes as well as that Change set. The final version of Fedora 35 with Gnome 41 will be released at the end of October.

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