Article from Issue 284/2024

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Fedora Asahi 40 Remix Available for Macs with Apple Silicon

Last week, the Fedora Project announced the release of Fedora Remix 40 for Apple Silicon-powered Macs ( ). This new release includes Plasma 6 and was developed in conjunction with Asahi Linux project.

On top of the vast amount of improvements in Plasma 6, this new release also adds OpenGL 4.6 support, which is conformant with the latest OpenGL versions and brings compatibility with modern OpenGL workloads (such as with Blender). Conformant drivers must pass more than 100,000 tests to be included. You can view the official list of drivers here (

The new release also features a customized Calamares-based initial setup wizard.


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