Fedora 34 Linux VM Images for VirtualBox and VMware

Introduction

Fedora project has announced Fedora Linux 34 beta’s availability on March 23, 2021, ahead of its stable release at the end of April.

After BTRFS became the default filesystem for Fedora Linux 33 desktop variants, Fedora Linux 34 enables transparent compression for more disk space.

Fedora 34 replaced PulseAudio with PipeWire to mix and manage audio streams. It also comes with GNOME 40, the newest release of the GNOME desktop environment, Kernel 5.11, and many more updated packages.

READ: Release announcement

Fedora Linux 34

VirtualBox Image (Size 2.5GB)
VMWare Image (Size 2.7GB)

VirtualBox

MD5 - d0c84c5a860f36b73b538bdecf3009c5
SHA-1 - e146df50674eb135b33f9667455f0522d19b0e39

VMware

MD5 - 2f3123bb603548d6d4986b3fae774398605db61e
SHA-1 - 34b83b4ff287fb393617c5334e36a828

System Information & Password

NOTES
SYSTEM DETAILS LOGIN DETAILS

vCPU: 2

RAM: 4GB

DISK: 512GB

  swap : 4GB

  /boot : 1GB

  /       : 510GB

NAT

Username: fedora

Password : fedora

(to become root, use sudo su -)

Import VM Image

You can visit our dedicated section on how to import virtual machine images on VirtualBox and VMware Workstation.

Conclusion

Thank you for downloading ready to use Fedora 34 VM images. Please feel free to share your feedback in the comments section.

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