I Joined the Fedora Bandwagon (Nobara Project). Here’s My Thoughts

I Joined the Fedora Bandwagon (Nobara Project). Here's My Thoughts
I might not ever go back to Arch again.
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Nobara Project 37 Adds GameScope HDR Patches, Upgrades GLIBC While Retaining EAC Fixes

Nobara Project 37 Adds GameScope HDR Patches, Upgrades GLIBC While Retaining EAC Fixes
Fedora fork Nobara Project kicks off the new year by releasing version 37. Packages have been rebased on top of Fedora 37. Nobara 37 is mostly concerned with package updates: kernel updated to 6.0.16, all previous patches included, gamescope HDR patches added glibc updated to 2.36 (still includes all previous fixes) gamescope updated to latest git mangohud updated to 0.6.8 goverlay updated to 0.9.1 – this contains a fix for the “interface scaling problem” on HiDPI displays blender updated to 3.
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Nobara Project - All your Gaming Needs Fulfilled

Nobara Project - All your Gaming Needs Fulfilled
As reported recently by Boiling Steam, it appears Fedora is on the rise for Linux gamers, according to stats on ProtonDB. It grew from 3.7% of total reporters in 2019 to 10.2% in just a few years. That means a little over 200 users out of the 2,096 reporters are using it. Currently it’s standing neck-and-neck with Pop!_OS, the latter of which is at 10.4%. It’s not really surprising to see.
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Fedora: The New Ubuntu?

Fedora: The New Ubuntu?
I happened to be subscribed to The Linux Experiment’s YouTube channel. I noticed a new video he posted yesterday regarding the strengths Fedora has over the last couple of months he’s used the distro. Other mainstream Fedora users include Adam Adamou, chief strategy officer at OverActive Media (esports organization), and the developer of Proton GE. And now Nick is the latest to join the Fedora crusade. Canonical had paved the way to Linux adoption; Ubuntu had a decent software lineup, an easy-to-use interface, and it was “pushing innovation in the desktop space.
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