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Fedora Python Classroom Lab

One of the benefits of Fedora for Python developers is the ease of setting up Python development. The Fedora Python Classroom Lab makes it even easier for teachers and instructors to use Fedora in their classrooms or workshops. Ready to use operating system with important stuff pre-installed - either with GNOME or as a headless environment for Docker or Vagrant. Teach Python on Fedora, with Fedora, using the stuff you love: IPython, Jupyter Notebook, multiple Pythons, virtualenvs, tox, git and more

The Fedora Python Classroom Lab comes in 3 variants. Either you can run it in graphical mode with GNOME, or you can virtualize it with Vagrant or run it in a Docker container. You choose what fits your teaching environment the best.

Featured Applications

Multiple Pythons

Multiple implementations of the Python programming language, including the newest CPython and PyPy versions

Scientific Python stack

All you need to learn or teach science in Python including SciPy

Jupyter Notebook

A web-based notebook environment for interactive computing and visualizations

Python 3 IDLE

Python’s Integrated Development and Learning Environment

הורדה Fedora Python Classroom Lab 40

RELEASE DATE: יום שלישי, 23 באפריל 2024

עבור מערכות x86_64 של Intel ו־AMD

Fedora Python Classroom Lab 40Vagrant libvirtvagrant-libvirt.box1.4 GiB

Fedora Python Classroom Lab 40Vagrant VirtualBoxvagrant-virtualbox.box1.5 GiB

Fedora Python Classroom Lab 40Live ISOiso2.2 GiB

עבור מערכות ARM® aarch64

Fedora Python Classroom Lab 40Rawraw.xz2.5 GiB

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  • Click the verify button to download the checksum file for your downloaded image.

  • Import Fedora's GPG key(s)

                    curl -O

    You can verify the details of the GPG key(s) here.

  • Verify the checksum file is valid

                    gpgv --keyring ./fedora.gpg Fedora-Labs-40-1.14-*-CHECKSUM
  • Verify the checksum matches

                    sha256sum -c Fedora-Labs-40-1.14-*-CHECKSUM

If the output states that the file is valid, then it's ready to use!

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