Tag: Fedora 39

Happening now: Fedora Linux 39 Release Party & 20th Anniversary Celebration

Join the Fedora community today, 10 November and tomorrow, 11 November, for the Fedora Linux 39 Release Party & 20th Anniversary celebration. As we ring out the recent release from this past Tuesday, we continue the tradition of gathering the community for two days of sessions and social activities. Join us for the event on the RingCentral Hopin platform. Registration is required, but free.

==> Register here <==

We have an exciting line-up of content to share with you. The full schedule is also available on the Fedora Wiki. We hope you can tune in and catch it live. If not, the sessions will be recorded and shared on the Fedora Project YouTube at a later date.

You can also earn a limited-edition variant of our usual release party Fedora Badges series, created by Chris Idoko and Marie Nordin:

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How to rebase to Fedora Silverblue 39 Beta

Silverblue is an operating system for your desktop built on Fedora Linux. It’s excellent for daily use, development, and container-based workflows. It offers numerous advantages such as being able to roll back in case of any problems. Let’s see the steps to upgrade to the newly released Fedora 39 Beta, and how to revert if anything unforeseen happens.

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