So, if I understand it correctly, each Fedora release is supported for 13 months?
Thank you very much Poorguy, that's very clear to me now.
Thanks Poorguy! I look into that. Fedora Workstation is the normal version and Fedora Rawhide the rolling release version. The normal one does come out every 6 months or so. So, more often than say Ubuntu.You're welcome lekkerlinux.
Like most rolling releases you should be able to move from version to version without doing a clean install although I'm uncertain.
This may be of use.
Thanks Rob, great advice! I am not an average Linux user, when I run into trouble I try to fix the problem and if that doesn't work move on to another distro. Like Solus LTS kernel updating a causing a program to crash.Hey @lekkerlinux - Fedora is a great choice to use.. it's pretty stable, but also the test bed for the upcoming Red Hat releases, so can be cutting edge as well.
This means it's more likely to work with newer hardware, but may introduce a few bugs here and there.. they wouldn't release it with any showstopper bugs though.
Good luck to you with it!