Fedora 33 is officially released on October 27, 2020. In this article, we are going to see the Fedora 33 workstation default installation steps using Live ISO Image. Click here to go through the Release Notes for Fedora 33.
Following are the Fedora 33 System-Wide changes:
- Fedora Workstation uses Btrfs default file system
- thermald daemon keep the CPU in the right temperature zone based on the received data.
- FlexiBLAS enables runtime switching of BLAS/LAPACK backend. Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS) and Linear Algebra PACKage (LAPACK) are API standards for basic linear algebra operations.
- NANO a default text editor
- Fedora promoted Fedora Internet of Things (IoT) is an official Fedora Edition alongside Workstation and Server.
- Increase usage of %make_build and %make_install
- Fedora workstation Live CD/DVD does not contain device-mapper-multipath: Users which need device-mapper-multipath are advised to use the server installation.
- .NET Core now available with 64-bit ARM systems.
- The earlyoom service is now enabled by default in Fedora KDE
- dmraid-activation.service no longer depends on systemd-udev-settle.service
- Swap on zRAM: SWAP partition is no longer created by default at the installation. zRAM device is created and swap enabled on it during start-up. zRAM is a RAM drive that uses compression.
Fedora 33 Installation Steps:
Recommended System Requirement for the default x86_64 installation with Gnome desktop.
- 2GHz dual core processor
- 4GB Memory
- 20GB Unallocated drive space
Also Read: Fedora 32 Installation Guide
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