The Issues People Face With Fedora Workstation
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 8 May 2015 at 02:59 PM EDT. 19 Comments
FEDORA --
While I found Fedora 21 to be the best release yet from Fedora (Core) and Fedora 22 is looking to be even better, there's still blemishes as with any Linux distribution.

Red Hat's Christian Schaller had recently been collecting Fedora Workstation feedback on his personal blog in order to continue to improve Fedora moving forward. This week he's summarized the feedback provided by the community to see what they dislike the most about Fedora and where improvements can be made in the future.


Among the criticism was problems/integration of third-party software (such as the NVIDIA driver and media codecs and other binary blobs), NVIDIA Optimus troubles, upgrade pains, poor HiDPI support, multi-monitor issues, SELinux pains, the lack of better Android integration, and a built-in back-up solution is also sought after.

Those wishing to find out more can read Schaller's blog summary.
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