Fedora Linux 38 Beta Released

The beta version of the upcoming Fedora Linux 38 operating system is now available for download. Fedora Linux 38 Beta is powered by the latest Linux 6.2 kernel and it features  GNOME 44 Release Candidate desktop environment.

In Fedora 38, you can access the entire Flathub library and install open-source and proprietary options as required without any issues. You will find Sway as a window manager, with good Wayland support. It is considered an alternative to i3. Some other features and upgrades that you will find on Fedora 38 are:

  • GNU C Compiler 13.0
  • GCC 13.0
  • binutils 2.39
  • glibc 2.37
  • GNU Debugger 12.1
  • GNU Make 4.4
  • Golang 1.2
  • Ruby 3.2
  • PHP 8.2

How To Upgrade to a new release of Fedora

There are multiple ways to upgrade to the latest version of the Fedora Linux operating system. In Fedora,dnf-plugin-system-upgrade is a plugin that s used to upgrade your Fedora to the current release of Fedora.

Run the following command to update your Fedora release from the command line:

sudo dnf upgrade --refresh

and reboot your computer.

Run the following command to Install the dnf-plugin-system-upgrade package if it is not currently installed:

sudo dnf install dnf-plugin-system-upgrade

Now, download the updated packages:

sudo dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=38

Change the --releasever= number if you want to upgrade to a different release.

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