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Gnome Night Light was introduced in the recently released Gnome 3.24 which will be the default Desktop Environment of Fedora 26.

There is no easy way to bring this new feature to Fedora 25.

The best would be to use RedShift, which is essentially the same feature and works just fine under Fedora 25, both under Wayland and Xorg sessions. There was a recent Fedora Magazine article about redshift that also mentions the extension needed for Wayland.

Of course, you can always wait until F26 will be released soon and upgrade your system.

Gnome Night Light was introduced in the recently released Gnome 3.24 which will be the default Desktop Environment of Fedora 26.26.

There is no easy way to bring this new feature to Fedora 25.

The best would be to use RedShift, which is essentially the same feature and works just fine under Fedora 25, both under Wayland and Xorg sessions. There was a recent Fedora Magazine article about redshift that also mentions the extension needed for Wayland.

Of course, you can always wait until F26 will be released soon and upgrade your system.

Gnome Night Light was introduced in the recently released Gnome 3.24 which will be the default Desktop Environment of Fedora 26.

There is no easy way to bring this new feature Night Light to Fedora 25. 25, but...

The best would be to ...you can use RedShift, which is essentially the same feature and works just fine under Fedora 25, both under Wayland and Xorg sessions. There was a recent Fedora Magazine article about redshift that also mentions the extension needed for Wayland.

Of course, you can always wait until F26 will be released soon and upgrade your system.