How to Install KDE Plasma Desktop on Fedora 37 / Fedora 36
KDE Plasma is a widget-based graphical desktop environment for Linux operating systems. It is fast, beautiful, user-friendly, efficient, and offers more integrated features.
KDE Plasma 5 is built using Qt 5 and KDE Frameworks 5. It is the default desktop environment (or one of the defaults) on many Linux distributions, such as MX Linux, Kubuntu, KDE Neon, Fedora (KDE Edition), etc.
Here, we will see how to install KDE Plasma Desktop on Fedora 37 / Fedora 36.
First, update the system packages to the latest version.
sudo dnf update -y
Then, reboot the system.
Install KDE Plasma Desktop on Fedora 37
The KDE Plasma Desktop packages are grouped in an Environment Group in Fedora. So, you can easily install the environment group with the
sudo dnf groupinstall -y "KDE Plasma Workspaces"
Then, after the installation of KDE Plasma Desktop packages, reboot your system.
Access KDE Plasma Desktop on Fedora 37
Select Plasma (Wayland) or Plasma (X11) to log in to the KDE Plasma Desktop environment on the login screen.
You will get the KDE Desktop upon successful login.
Find the KDE Plasma version.
To check the KDE Plasma Desktop version, run the below command in the terminal.
You will now get the KDE Plasma version.
Remove KDE Plasma Desktop on Fedora 37
You want to remove KDE Plasma Desktop from your system for any reason. Run the following command.
sudo dnf groupremove -y "KDE Plasma Workspaces"
That’s All. I hope you have learned how to install KDE Plasma Desktop on Fedora 37 / Fedora 36. You can now head to Plasma Desktop’s official UserBase Wiki for more information. You can also visit the Hints and Tips page for valuable tips for using Plasma Desktop and Tweaking Plasma.