There’s all kinds of software choices when it comes to your homelab, and in this episode, Jay and Tom discuss some recent releases of some of the platforms that are very common with homelabbers. This discussion includes some thoughts on the new release of Fedora, Proxmox, and more!
The Linux Crash Course is a series of tutorials that will teach you a fundamental Linux-related concept in each episode. This time around, the spotlight is on logging. In this video, you’ll see some examples of log files that exist in Fedora as well as Ubuntu.
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There’s a handful of popular package managers that are used on various Linux distributions, and dnf is among the most popular. It’s the default package manager on distros such as Red Hat, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, Fedora, among others. In this video, we’ll explore the dnf command and see examples of basic usage.
I run Fedora! With the gaining popularity of this awesome Linux distro, version 36 is the next stop in its plan for world domination! Okay, maybe that’s a bit too dramatic – Fedora may not be taking over the world, but it is taking the Linux world by storm lately! The May 2022 release of Fedora features GNOME 42, version 5.17 of the Linux kernel, and a tightly integrated GNOME experience. Check out the LearnLinuxTV review of Fedora 36 to see what’s new this time around!
Fedora 35 was released on November 2nd of 2021, and brings with it the latest GNOME experience and various tweaks and improvements. Could this be the best GNOME desktop of 2021 so far? In this review, we’ll take a look at it and see how it stacks up.