[qubes-users] Fedora 34 has reached EOL

Dear Qubes Community,

As a reminder following our previous announcement [1], Fedora 34 has now
reached EOL (end-of-life [2]). If you have not already done so, we
strongly recommend upgrading [3] all remaining Fedora 34 templates and
standalones to Fedora 35 immediately.

We provide fresh Fedora 35 template packages through the official Qubes
repositories, which you can install in dom0 by following the standard
installation instructions [4]. Alternatively, we also provide
step-by-step instructions for performing an in-place upgrade [5] of an
existing Fedora template. After upgrading your templates, please
remember to switch all qubes that were using the old template to use the
new one [6].

For a complete list of template releases that are supported for your
specific Qubes release, see our supported template releases [7].

Please note that no user action is required regarding the OS version in
dom0. For details, please see our note on dom0 and EOL [8].

[1] Fedora 34 approaching EOL; Fedora 35 templates available | Qubes OS
[2] End of Life Releases :: Fedora Docs
[3] Fedora templates | Qubes OS
[4] Fedora templates | Qubes OS
[5] How to upgrade a Fedora template in-place | Qubes OS
[6] Templates | Qubes OS
[7] Supported releases | Qubes OS
[8] Supported releases | Qubes OS

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