Fedora Labs are pre-built images of Fedora 32 Workstation that provide users of several use cases access to an image bundled with the necessary software.
Fedora Silverblue is an immutable variant of Fedora Workstation, which means its core cannot be edited. Here’s why I believe Fedora Silverblue is the future of Linux.
Both Fedora and Ubuntu are similar yet different from each other. Here we cover Fedora vs. Ubuntu and examine which one is better for you.
Highlighted and clarified here are the differences between RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora, and why one may or may not be the best choice for your usage.
Cockpit is an extensible web application to help you monitor and manage your Linux system. Learn how to manage your Linux system with Cockpit.
As Flatpak is gaining in popularity, here we will show you how to use Flatpak on Fedora. The instructions will also work for any Linux system.
If you are looking to upgrade to Fedora 32, there are several ways to do it. We’ll show you both the command line and the Gnome Software methods.
When it comes to media streaming, there’s no better player than Kodi. Here’s how you can install Kodi on some of the most popular Linux distros.
Chkservice uses Ncurses to offer a quick overview of your Systemd units. With administrative privileges, you can start and stop those units at will, all without typing a single systemctl entry.
Have you ever wanted to watch Twitch outside of the browser on the Linux desktop? It is now possible with the help of Gnome Twitch. Check out how it works!
Are you on Fedora 22 and puzzled that after you install you can’t log in or do anything? This is a simple issue with Wayland GDM. Here’s how to fix it.
The Fedora project has announced that the “yum” will be replaced by “dnf”. Here is what you need to know about the new DNF package manager.
Experienced Linux users will find themselves wanting to install multiple distributions. This walks you through a dual boot, adding Ubuntu and Fedora.
If someone asks you what version of Linux are you using, they probably mean the Linux distribution you are using. So how do you go about choosing the best one? Let’s find out.
The most controversial changes in GNOME 3.6 is the Nautilus file manager, now rebranded as Files. The interface has been stripped down to present you with as few buttons as necessary. Here is a comprehensive look around the newly-redesigned file manager, showing how to manage files in GNOME 3.6.
I’ve been a die-hard Debian fan for about 10 years, and I’ve written several articles on the subject. That said, most of our Linux-savvy readers are Ubuntu users, so that’s been my main desktop OS for as long as I’ve been a MakeTechEasier writer. Ubuntu has always been fine, and generally got the job done […]
KDE 4.5 is a milestone release that took several months to complete, fixing over 16,000 bugs. While it also added new features, the selling point of this release is the stability that typically comes with a x.5 version of KDE. The desktop, applications, and development platforms have matured, and many of the outstanding bugs have […]