Select the first option "Install or upgrade an existing system".
Here is our first Fedora 11 screen. Select the language to be used during the installation. And the appropriate keyboard for your system. Next type your computer name. This is the hostname of your computer on a network.
Here is the default layout. Fedora uses LVM Volume Groups but this isn't something that you should think of.
Here are all the packages contained in Fedora 11 DVD to select those you want. When you are ready click the Next button and the installation will begin. This should take a few minutes depending on your computer. When the installation completes remove the DVD from the tray and click the Reboot button. This is the Welcom screen of Fedora 11. You will see it only the first time you boot in Fedora. The License Information of Fedora. Now create a new user. This will be the default user that you will use to log into Linux. Make sure the time and date are correct. You can also send your hardware profile to The Fedora Project to provide feedback. This is Fedora Log in screen. And this is Fedora 11 default Desktop Environment, Gnome. Now you can continue with the rest of the guide to configure your system and install some additional applications!