There's a good chance that when Fedora 40 is released in April, that it will become the first major Linux distro to be released without X.
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Also included in this FOSS Week in Review: The Linux Foundation's upcoming Technical Advisory Board election.
The "test week," is for testing Linux kernel 6.5 ahead of the release of Fedora 39, and the "test day" is for testing changes made to Toolbx container software.
Fedora is looking for a few good testers.
No matter how you Fedora, you might want to check out the release party that the folks behind Red Hat's community distribution have planned.
For the second year in a row, Arch Linux wins both rounds in our poll to determine the winner of our Readers’ Choice Award for Best Linux Distro.
The FOSS Force Readers’ Choice Awards Poll
The readers of FOSS Force have made their voices heard and for the second year in a row you have chosen Arch Linux to be the recipient of the FOSS Force Readers’ Choice Award for Best Linux Distro. The recipient was determined by the results of a poll that opened on January 30 and closed at noon EST today.
The selection was a two part process that began with a qualifying poll in which readers could suggest distros to be included in the just ended final round of voting. The final round asked the question, “Which of the GNU/Linux distros listed below would you choose to win the FOSS Force ‘Best Desktop Distro’ Award for 2016?”
This year, both rounds of polling set records for our site. As they like to say after political elections, voter turnout was very heavy.
Also included: Fedora community says goodbye to Matthew Williams, Solus gets a new package build system, end-of-life for Fedora 23 and IoT security.
FOSS Week in Review
Something arctic this way comes. That”s what Lannie Pope, the weatherwoman on the local NBC affiliate, tells us, Trouble is, I’m still stuck in a house without proper heat, a situation that’s been dragging on since near the end of September. It’s a long story, but…brrr. I’m glad I don’t live in a part of the country where it gets really cold.
Now on to this week’s FOSS news, which is always warm…
Users of Fedora 24 might want to put any update plans on hold until this bug issue is resolved.
A warning was published Tuesday by Adam Williamson on the Fedora website against running
dnf update in a graphical environment in Fedora 24. The warning was issued after numerous users began reporting “duplicated packages” and “kernel updates not working” error messages after running the update.