Download Fedora Kinoite

Fedora 37 has been released! 🎉

You can read the article about the release on the Fedora Magazine

Fedora Kinoite is available for x86_64, AArch64 and POWER8.

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Warning! This is an unstable (Rawhide) version of Fedora Kinoite. You may encounter bugs and you are welcomed to report them. Use at your own risk!

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