Fedora 20 Install Guide - Comment Page: 1

This is guide with screenshots, howto install Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" (F20) using Live CD or Live USB. Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" Installation can be done also with using Fedora NetInstall (Net Install) with gPXE and BFO (boot.fedoraproject.org). 1. Before Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" Installation 1.1 Download Fedora 20 LiveCD Image Download Fedora 20 here. Select your favorite Live CD (Gnome, KDE, LXDE, XFCE) and architecture i686 or x86_64. On this guide I use Fedora 20 Gnome Live CD and 64-bit version. 1.2 Burn Fedora 20 Image to CD/DVD or Create Live USB and Boot Computer Using Fedora 20 Installation Media Remember to check Fedora 20 image MD5 sum and then burn image to CD with...

7 comments on “Fedora 20 Install Guide - Comment Page: 1

    1. When i was on the custom partition step the various partitions of my Hard disk drive were not shown. Please suggest me anything. Any command or anything with the help of which i can see them because i dont want to format or create a new partition table for my hard drive.
      Thankyou in advance

      • Hi sahil,

        Did you have multiple hard drives or just one?
        What file system those missing partitions have?

    2. Hi, just a quick question. Instead of partitioning my hard drive manually I went for the automatic reclaim option. I have Mint 16 installed and I want to dual-boot, so I just shrinked the main Mint partition by 35 GB ca. That shouldn’t be risky wrt the data. Do you reckon that was a good idea? This is my first Fedora installation, so I’m not sure – perhaps it works better with manually created partitions.

      • Hi nicola,

        I think that it should work just nice, if you use example lvm, then you can change partitions easily later. And you can of course also use same partitions from Mint and Fedora.

    3. good looking fedora 20

    4. Thank you for this post.

    5. Hey guys while installing fedora 20 during partition time it says not enough space on disk for automatic partition what to do?


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