Red Hat-owned popular Linux distro, Fedora Linux has got a new stable release update two months following the launch of Fedora Linux 37 beta.
Fedora Linux 37 incorporates several new enhancements and bug fixes including two new editions. One is the Fedora CoreOS edition which offers automatic updates for hosting container-based workloads.
Back in Fedora 29 update, the Fedora Atomic Host Project was retired and brought back in the recent Fedora 37 update.
While another edition coming with the Fedora 37 update is the Fedora Cloud edition able to run in public or private clouds and the Amazon Machine Images will land in AWS Marketplace in near future. The update also brings the new Linux Kernel 6.0.7.
The update also comes with the TEST-FEDORA39 policy to see the changes in security and cryptography-related features.
Through the Fedora Linux 37 update, support for the popular Raspberry 4 devices with accelerated graphics and the following packages have been updated to newer versions:
- Phyton 3.11
- Golang 1.19
- glibc 2.36
- LLVM 15
Lastly, users can download ISOs of various editions of Fedora Linux 37.
- Download Fedora 37 Workstation
- Download Fedora 37 Server
- Download Fedora 37 Cloud
- Download Fedora 37 CoreOS
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