Fedora 31 Essentials
Linux kernel development is perhaps the world’s largest collaborative project to date. With Fedora 31 Essentials, you’ll be given easily accessible information to install, use, and administer the Fedora 31 distribution.
The book begins with a concise history of the Linux operating system and the Fedora project. You’ll learn how to install Fedora 31 using the dual boot configuration so that it can coexist with Windows on the same drive. After installing Fedora 31, you’ll learn how to use GNOME 3 — the desktop environment included with Fedora 31 that helps you navigate through the distribution. As you progress, you’ll explore the Cockpit web interface that enables you to perform tasks via a web browser instead of using the command-line. You’ll also learn how to manage user access and roles on the Fedora 31 system by adding, removing, and managing users and groups. While learning advanced topics, you’ll discover how to use Fedora Modularity to list, install, and remove the software packages that make up a functioning Fedora 31 system.
By the end of the book, you’ll have all the information you need to confidently start working with Fedora 31.