The Fedora team have announced the release of Fedora 36. The new release offers desktop users a chance to run GNOME 42 with most applications ported to GTK 4. Fedora 36 also ships with a new version of the Ansible management software while Cockpit can now manage network shares. "Fedora Linux 36 includes the latest release of Ansible. Ansible 5 splits the 'engine' into an ansible-core package and collections packages. This makes maintenance easier and allows you to download only the collections you need. See the Ansible 5 Porting Guide to learn how to update your playbooks. Beginning in Fedora Server 36, Cockpit provides a module for provisioning and ongoing administration of NFS and Samba shares. This allows administrators to manage network file shares through the Cockpit web interface used to configure other server attributes.
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