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fedora.jpgFedora 10, codenamed Cambridge, has been released! Fedora is an RPM based Linux Distribution, an Operating System in other words, developed by the community supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. Officially it contains only free and Open Source software. Some of the new features it has come with are Gnome 2.24, KDE 4.1, RPM 4.6, a Faster Startup (Plimouth), Kernel Modes Setting for Graphics, First Aid Kit, better Webcam Support and many other.

If you haven't done already download Fedora dvd , install it and let's move on to our system's configuration part. I hope this guide will help you learn the basics of Fedora Linux!

Translated versions of this Guide

The first translation of this Guide is ready! And there are others to come! Thanks to all Fedora users who are willing to help me promote Fedora in other non-english speaking countries!

* Greek

Many thanks to gtroza, soturin, Αδμιν from for translating this guide in Greek!
Fedora 10 Installation Guide (in Greek)

* Simplified Chinese

Many thanks to Charles Peng from for his hard work on translating this guide!
Fedora 10 Installation Guide (in Chinese)

* Danish

Many thanks to xodeus from for translating this guide in Danish!
Fedora 10 Installation Guide (in Danish)

* Arabic

Many thanks to Ahmed Ibrahem Muhammed for translating this guide to Arabic and Muayyad AlSadi for helping with html issues.
Fedora 10 Installation Guide (in Arabic)

* Spanish

Many thanks to Dante Mendoza Ruelas for translating this guide to Spanish!
Fedora 10 Installation Guide (in Spanish)

** Note: I have noticed that my previous Fedora 9 guide has been copied by many other sites without a single reference to the original site, which was the disapointing part. Furthermore it has been translated to other languages again without a reference. So, if someone is interested on translating the following guide to another language I would be glad to host it here. Just contact me through Contact Us .

** Note: If you are unfamiliar with Linux console or if you want to learn more about Linux commands you can take a look at my Basic Linux Commands guide.


** Note: The text editor I've been using in this guide is GNOME's default, gedit. If you are using KDE you may use kate. Of course the terminal based text editor, nano, is always a nice choice for a terminal based editor!



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