I've been a Fedora user for almost 20 years. Recently I chose Tumbleweed (SUSE) for
kde and I am delighted. It is at level 5.17.2 version. Tumbleweed is so good for KDE that
I wondered why I did not switch to it some years ago. Fedora's spin is at 5.16, and I
just felt I needed a change. It seems that the Tumbleweed version is just great.
I may return to Fedora's KDE if RedHat changes their policy to not promote KDE.
Montréal Québec, Canada
On Saturday, November 9, 2019, 2:20:42 a.m. GMT-5, Kevin Kofler
I wanted to download the Fedora iso however the downloads cannot be
found (e.g. KDE). May you send me a working link?
The latest respin with updates up to the indicated date (i.e., currently
2019-11-05) can be found under:
i.e., at the time of this writing:
This is not an official image (see Troy Dawson's link for the official ISO),
but the advantage of installing from the respin is that you do not have to
update so many packages after installing.
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