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fedora.jpgFedora 11, codenamed Leonidas, is released! Just for the info, 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. Fedora contains only free and Open Source software. Some of Fedora's 11 new features are Gnome 2.26, KDE 4.2, XFCE 4, RPM 4.7, Xserver 1.6, a Faster Startup (20 seconds is the goal), Presto plugin for Yum 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!

** Note: With the help of other Fedora users my previous Fedora 10 guide has been translated to Simplified Chinesse, Arabic, Greek and Danish. If someone is interested on translating this Fedora 11 guide to another language I would be glad to host it here. Just contact me through Contact Us .

Here are the current translations:

Simplified Chinese

Thanks once again to Charles Peng who has send me the Simplified Chinese translation.
Fedora 11 Installation and Post Installation guide in Chinese


Thanks once again to Ahmed Ibrahem who has send me the Arabic translation.
Fedora 11 Installation and Post Installation guide in Arabic

** 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 editors, nano and vi, are always nice choices for those who prefer the Linux console.


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