Fedora 37 Now Available With GNOME 43 Desktop, Official Raspberry Pi 4 Support

Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 15 November 2022 at 09:15 AM EST. 24 Comments
After some release setbacks -- most recently by that OpenSSL security vulnerability -- Fedora 37 is now officially released.

Fedora 37 brings the GNOME 43 desktop to Fedora Workstation 37, updated toolchain components like Glibc 2.36 and LLVM 15 and Binutils 2.38, official support for the Raspberry Pi 4, retiring 32-bit ARMv7 support, Fedora CoreOS has been promoted to a Fedora Edition, Perl 5.36, Python 3.11, RPM 4.18, LXQt 1.1, and a wealth of other updated packages.

Fedora 37 can be downloaded from GetFedora.org.
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