This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to be interviewing Mathew Miller about the latest release of Fedora Linux. Plus, we have our tips/tricks and software picks. All this and more coming up right now on Destination Linux to keep those penguins marching!

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coming soon, we had technical difficulties during the stream so the production had some setbacks this week.

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  1. Just listened to the cast, mowing the lawn, chillin’ chillin’. I just wanted to say that the Fedora 34 release was a real turning point for the way I view Fedora. The innovation with OSTree and Silverblue and stuff really is fresh.

    I’m (mostly) happily using Fedora Kinoite and actually rebased on Rawhide because I’m a current version KDE Plasma and KDE Gear/Apps fiend. I keep a Fedora Kinoite 36 deployment pinned just in case but it’s been fine.

    Everyone involved with Fedora seems to be vibing with their respective passion projects and it’s just swell. I can’t wait for OSTree’d Budgie desktop (I won’t use it but I like having more OSTree’d DE options.).

    Fedora is really making the case to be the “default.”

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