Installing Fedora

Create a Bootable DVD or a Bootable USB drive with Fedora Workstation.

Restart the computer and insert the DVD or USB drive and boot from the same. ( F8 for Boot Options usually )

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Hit Enter to start Fedora.

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Now click Install to Hard Drive.

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Select your required System Language and Keyboard Layout and click Continue.

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Click Installation Destination, if you want to change the partition to install.

If you are installing Fedora in a complete hard disk, you can skip this step. ( All the existing partitions will be erased in Automatic Partitioning )

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Now click the radio, I will configure partitioning and click Done.

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Select Standard Partition from the drop down and click + to add a partition. In my case, I’ve 20GB hard disk and I have added complete disk as a single partition. You can set it as per your wish with the following configuration.

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If you like to change the name of the partition, you can do it here.

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Once you are done, click Done.

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You will get the above warning. In Linux, it is recommended to have a SWAP Memory, which I have not configured.

It is highly recommended to use SWAP Memory twice the amount of RAM.

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Now you will get a summary of changes to be done to your hard disk. Click Accept Changes.

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Now click Begin Installation. The system will start installation process.

Meanwhile you can create and configure user accounts by using the options in the screen.

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In my case, I have used a simple password. But it is recommended to use strong passwords.

Wait till the installation is complete. Once it is done, you are ready to go.

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