Mr. Matthew Miller has announced the release of Fedora 38 Beta. The Fedora 38 Beta release announcement includes the Workstation edition, desktop spins, lab editions, and other special-purpose distributions, like IoT and Cloud images. Fedora 38 Beta is a footstep towards the upcoming stable release and brings all the latest features and enhancements that we can expect in the final release.

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What’s new in Fedora 38 Beta?

The salient highlights in Fedora 38 Beta releaes are as follows.

  • The Fedora 38 Beta Workstation includes GNOME 44 Beta. The final GNOME 44 release be ready by March. GNOME 44 brings several improvements, including a new lock screen, a background apps section on the quick menu, and improvements to accessibility settings . In addition, enabling third-party repositories now enables an unfiltered view of applications on Flathub.
  • Packages are now built with stricter compiler flags that protect against buffer overflows. The rpm package manager uses a Sequoia-based OpenPGP parser instead of its own implementation.
  • Developers seeking to enhance the performance of their Linux applications will find the frame pointers integrated into official packages to be valuable. As a result, Fedora Linux is an excellent platform for profiling applications.
  • Package updates: Ruby 3.2, gcc 13, LLVM 16, Golang 1.20, PHP 8.2, and much more!

For further information, you may read the below posts published on Fedora Magazine portal.

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