FirewallD firewall-applet

Fedora 23 is the latest edition of the Fedora Linux distribution, released just this week.

The first screenshots from a Fedora 23 test installation that I posted are from the Cinnamon Spin, which you may view here.

In this post are screenshots from a test installation of Fedora 23 KDE, the most popular of the Fedora Spins.

Fedora 23 KDE features the latest KDE Plasma 5. Figure 1 shows the login window.

Fedora 23 KDE login window
Figure 1: Fedora 23 KDE login window

The desktop showing the panel calendar.

Fedora 23 KDE panel calendar
Figure 2: Fedora 23 KDE desktop showing the panel calendar

The kickoff menu is the default menu style on Fedora 23 KDE.

Fedora 23 KDE desktop
Figure 3: Fedora 23 KDE desktop showing the default menu

Adding widgets to a KDE 5 panel is a 3-step process.

Fedora 23 KDE widgets
Figure 4: Adding widgets on Fedora 23 KDE

A widget you can add is the Application Dashboard, a fullscreen application launcher that’s just about the best available.

Fedora 23 KDE app dashboard
Figure 5: Fullscreen application launcher on Fedora 23 KDE

Dolphin file manager.

KDE Dolphin file manager
Figure 6: Dolphin file manager on Fedora 23 KDE

Apper is the installed graphical package manager on Fedora 23 KDE.

Fedora 23 Apper package manager
Figure 7: Fedora 23 Apper package manager

Packages updates on Apper.

Fedora 23 Apper package updates
Figure 8: Apper graphical package manager on Fedora 23 KDE

System Settings on Fedora 23 KDE.

KDE System Settings Fedora 23
Figure 9: KDE System Settings on Fedora 23

FirewallD is the default firewall application on all Fedora editions, and Firewall Applet is the systray component.

FirewallD firewall-applet
Figure 10: FirewallD’s firewall-applet on Fedora 23 KDE

Impressed by these screenshots and want to take Fedora 23 KDE out for a spin? ISO installation images are available for download from here.

Related Post:  Dual-boot Fedora 18 and Windows 7, with full disk encryption configured on both OSs

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

Hola! Did you notice that LinuxBSDos.com no longer runs network ads?  Yep, no more ads from the usual suspects that track you across the Internet.  But since  I still need to pay to keep the site running, feel free to make a small donation by PayPal.

Subscribe for updates. Trust me, no spam!

Mailchimp Signup Form

Sponsored links

1. Attend Algorithm Conference, a top AI and ML event for 2020.
2. Reasons to use control panel for your server.
3. DHgate Computers Electronics, Cell Phones & more.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Get the latest

On social media
Via my newsletter
Mailchimp Signup Form

Sponsored links

1. Attend Algorithm Conference, a top AI and ML event for 2020.
2. Reasons to use control panel for your server.
3. DHgate Computers Electronics, Cell Phones & more.
Hacking, pentesting distributions

Linux Distributions for Hacking

Experts use these Linux distributions for hacking, digital forensics, and pentesting.

Categories
Archives

The authors of these books are confirmed to speak during

Algorithm Conference

T-minus AI

Author was the first chairperson of AI for the U.S. Air Force.

The case for killer robots

Author is the Director of the Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence.

Why greatness cannot be planned

Author works on AI safety as a Senior Research Scientist at Uber AI Labs.

Anastasia Marchenkova

An invitation from Anastasia Marchenkova

Hya, after stints as a quantum researcher at Georgia Tech Quantum Optics & Quantum Telecom Lab, and the University of Maryland Joint Quantum Institute, I’m now working on superconducting qubit quantum processors at Bleximo. I’ll be speaking during Algorithm Conference in Austin, Texas, July 16 – 18, 2020. Meet me there and let’s chat about progress and hype in quantum computing.