Fedora 33 Server (full install)

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Fedora Server is an open source short-lifecycle server operating system sponsored by Red Hat and supported by a robust community.

Fedora Server is an open source short-lifecycle server operating system sponsored by Red Hat and supported by a robust community. Its modular design [1] allows operating system upgrades that will not upset your established application or language stack, and Cockpit [2] presents system tasks in a web browser, allowing you to start and stop containers, administer storage, configure networks, and inspect logs.

Other features include:

  • Linux kernel 5.8
  • Btrfs default filesystem
  • FreeIPA [3] for advanced identity management
  • Cloud versions [4]

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