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is about to stop providing x86 bootable images. Which means your x86-only hardware will no longer work with Fedora 31.

There are good reasons to stop using hardware and I hope it's possible for you, to work this out. If you are a Fedora user and you run on x86-only hardware and you have no way to get any kind of newer hardware, feel free to reach out to me, I guess we can figure out a solution :)

More details in the Fedora Magazine:

fedoramagazine.org/in-fedora-3

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