After a half-month delay, the Fedora Project officially released Fedora Linux 37, bringing the following changes:

  • Fedora Workstation 37 ships with GNOME 43 desktop environment
  • Fedora Linux Spins also includes the latest versions of some other desktop environments, namely KDE Plasma 5.26, Xfce 4.16, LXQt 1.1.0 (LXQt 1.2.0 is available as an update), MATE 1.26, and Cinnamon 5.4
  • Fedora CoreOS and Fedora Cloud Base as official releases of Fedora Linux
  • Official support for Raspberry Pi 4
    • Hardware-based media decoding (such as H264/HVEC) is not supported
  • Fedora Linux 37 cancels support for ARMv7 architecture (ARM32/ARMhfp)
  • The latest OpenSSL security patches
  • To keep up with the latest trends in cryptography, this release also introduces a TEST-FEDORA39 policy, the new policy will deprecate SHA-1 signatures and transition to a higher security policy.
  • Anaconda Web UI: Web-based installer preview
  • Programming languages ​​and system software updates:
    • Mesa 22.2
    • PipeWire 0.3.60
    • Glibc 2.36
    • LLVM 15
    • Binutils 2.38
    • Perl 5.36
    • Python 3.11
    • RPM 4.18


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