Fedora Asahi Remix 39 delivers a polished Linux experience focused on Apple M1 and M2 devices like the MacBook, Mac Mini, Mac Studio, and iMac systems. It defaults to the KDE Plasma desktop environment and Wayland display server protocol for a refined user interface tailored for Macs. With this Fedora-derived distro, Asahi Linux provides an easy way for Mac users to install a fully-featured Linux OS while taking advantage of hardware support on Apple Silicon. Give Fedora Asahi Remix a try if you want to experience Linux on your M1 or M2 Mac!
The Asahi Linux project aims to bring full Linux support to Apple Silicon Macs powered by the M1 and M2 chips. After initially launching with an Arch Linux base, the Asahi developers have now collaborated with the Fedora Project to release Fedora Asahi Remix 39. This release leverages the extensive work by the Asahi Linux crew to enable Linux on Apple’s ARM-based silicon.