Adorable Fedora

Distrowatch (http://www.distrowatch.com) is a site where information about 200+ Linux distributions is consolidated. It also ranks the distros based on the page visits.

I have always tried the top few distros in the list but somehow skipped Fedora (currently at 5th position).

This time, I wanted to install Fedora on MacBook Pro using Parallels tools.

The latest desktop version of Fedora is 23 released recently (https://getfedora.org/). I am a big fan of Cinnamon desktop environment and hence downloaded 64 bit version of Fedora  23 Cinnamon from Fedora’s torrent site (https://torrents.fedoraproject.org/). The site lists all the versions of Fedora in reverse chronological order. Fedora-Live-Cinnamon-x86_64-23.torrent , the 64 bit cinnamon ISO is about 1.2 GB in size.

After downloading the same, I proceeded to install the same on Parallels Desktop. The ISO variant was automatically detected by Parallels software as Fedora. One of the installation steps – setting up space on hard drive for installation has taken quite a bit time. Finally, installation took about 15 minutes.

The fonts and icons were showing up very tiny after the installation and restart. I had to adjust the resolution in display settings.

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Once it is installed. I started to feel comfortable with a familiar Cinnamon desktop.

 

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Parole Media Player:

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Thunderbird Mail Client:

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Transmission Torrent:

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I installed Accuweather desklet for weather in Bangalore:

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4 thoughts on “Adorable Fedora

  1. Informative blog. I have followed the author’s earlier blogs too. The author tried few of Linux distributions and I am sure, Srinivas will become one stop source for all Linux distributions related knowledge.

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    1. Thanks Ravi. I am just learning. I am a Linux. Encourage you to install Fedora on your system and use. I can guide on how to install. It is easy.

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