One Mac model is the exception, as Fedora Linux has been successfully installed on all M-powered Macs

The first full M1/M2 Linux distribution has been released, known as Fedora Asahi Remix 39. This distribution runs specifically on all Apple M1 and M2 series devices. However, Mac Pros are not yet supported but will be in a future Fedora Linux 40 release. The distribution is based on Fedora Linux 39 and uses the Linux 6.5.6 kernel. It features the KDE Plasma 5.27 Long Term Support (LTS) desktop environment as its default, with the option to use GNOME 45 instead.

Fedora Asahi Remix 39 also offers a Fedora Server variant and a Minimal image for custom setups. The installation is straightforward, and the Fedora Project provides various support channels for users. Despite some bugs, this release is a significant step in bridging the gap between Linux and Apple silicon hardware.