Fedora CoreOS wants to be the official version of Fedora 37
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Fedora CoreOS wants to be the official version of Fedora 37.
Fedora CoreOS proposed changes to Fedora 37 , hoping to make Fedora CoreOS the official version of Fedora, and promote Fedora CoreOS to “official version status” along with Fedora Workstation, Server and IoT (Fedora Workstation and Fedora Server).
In early 2018, Red Hat acquired CoreOS for $250 million and announced Fedora CoreOS in June .
Fedora CoreOS is a new Fedora release purpose-built to run containerized workloads securely and at scale, combining the tools, auto-update model and ideas of Container Linux with encapsulation technology, OCI support, and SELinux security from Atomic Host, A follow-up project to Fedora Atomic Host and CoreOS Container Linux.
According to foreign media Phoronix, the developers of Fedora 34 had hoped to upgrade Fedora CoreOS to an official state, but it was not successful at the time.
Upgrading Fedora CoreOS to production remains a decision of the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo).
What determines whether Fedora CoreOS can become “official” is whether the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee encourages its use for Linux container workloads.
Interested brothers can take a look at the Fedora 37 change proposal , which contains detailed plans for Fedora CoreOS to become the official official version.
The latest version of Fedora CoreOS can be downloaded at getfedora.org .
Fedora CoreOS download address: Click to download
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