Introducing Fedora Asahi Remix 39

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I’ve updated now (MacBook Air M1 2020) but the audio now is gone.

Using asahi-diagnose result in:
Pipewire macaudio profile is “none”
Headphones and speakers will not work. Select the “Default” or “HiFi” profile

Do I need to install an additional package?

Before the update I was using the beta with working audio

Edit: solved by following the related page about remove audio leftovers from beta, even if asahi-diagnose shows the same result

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Is there a recommended update path from preview to release within Asahi Linux alone, or is it recommended to run the installer again from macOS?

Since it’s an entirely different distro, you can’t update from Asahi Arch Linux ARM to Fedora Asahi Remix - you have to back up your data, reinstall Linux from macOS, and restore your data.

Sorry, should have been clearer: I meant from a preview of Asahi Fedora Remix to the release.

Ah yes - you can easily do that using dnf system-upgrade.

Actually I had already tried following those instructions, but at step 3 I get:

$ sudo dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=39
Before you continue ensure that your system is fully upgraded by running "dnf --refresh upgrade". Do you want to continue [y/N]: y
Error: Need a --releasever greater than the current system version.

and then, for the avoidance of doubt, at step 6:

$ sudo dnf system-upgrade reboot
Error: system is not ready for upgrade

Looks like you’re currently on Fedora 39 from that message. And if you’ve been keeping your packages updated, you’re at or beyond the point when Fedora Asahi Remix was officially released (i.e., the point at which the Asahi and Fedora teams decided it was ready for the masses) :slight_smile: