This is our fourth post in “Installing Linux OS” series. Fedora is one more popular Linux OS which is a product from Redhat. Already covered Linux OS installations are
About Fedora: Fedora OS is a launch pad for Redhat EL OS releases. Let me put in this way. Initially Redhat released it’s main distribution free of cost and to everyone. But in 2001 Redhat decided to develop a Linux OS for enterprise level so that they can earn some money as well as stability to the OS. They divide Redhat OS to two different flavors. One for Enterprise users(RHEL OS) and other for community based(Fedora Core) users. Fedora is released every six months on an average whereas Redhat EL OS releases every 2 years Whatever packages developed by community, they are first pushed to Fedora releases once the software reaches it’s stability and vigorous testing, it is moved to next release of RHEL OS. Fedora is many used for desktops as of this writing similar to Ubuntu.
Installing Fedora: As mention earlier Fedora is similar to Cent OS and RHEL. The installation procedure is same for this as well.
How to install Fedora in a video format:
Below are the screenshots on how to install Fedora:
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