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Welcome to the guide on how to install Fedora 32 Workstation or Server version. For Fedora Lovers, Fedora 32 Beta allows developers and end users to test and share feedback for improvements. an examination Change set Expected page about the final version.

This guide will step through the installation and screenshots of Fedora 32. Installation can be on a virtual environment (such as VirtualBox, VMware, KVM) or on a dedicated computer (such as a laptop or server). So let’s get started.

Step 1: Download Fedora 32 ISO

I will demonstrate the installation of a Fedora 32 workstation. Download ISO file Fedora Workstation download page. If you want to use a Fedora server, start from Server version page. The difference is:

  • Fedora Workstation – Fedora workstation is
    Beautiful, easy-to-use laptop and desktop operating systems,
    A complete set of tools for various developers and manufacturers.
  • Fedora server
    – Fedora Server is a powerful and flexible operating system, including
    The best and latest data center technology. It gives you control
    All your infrastructure and services.

Step 2: Create a bootable USB device

After downloading the selection, you can create a bootable USB if the installation was done on laptop or physical server hardware. For Linux / Unix users, you can use the dd command.

First, determine the name of your USB device partition. Then run the following command to replace Standard Edition With your USB name, e.g. database.

$ sudo dd if=/path/to/image.iso of=/dev/sdX bs=8M status=progress oflag=direct

Wait for the command to finish, then boot the system from the USB stick.

Install Fedora 32 Workstation on VirtualBox

For installations done on a virtual environment, such as VirtualBox,
You need to attach the ISO image during VM creation and it will boot from

Create a new VM-name it and select the OS type.

Set the memory allocation of the virtual machine.

Create a new virtual disk for the instance.

Select Disk File Type-VirtualBox defaults to VDI

Choose dynamic allocation to benefit from thin provisioning.

Give the virtual hard disk a name and size.

Your VM should already be defined.

Click ”Start“To select the installation ISO image.

Navigate to the folder containing the Fedora 32 ISO files. Click “turn on“Attach the ISO file to your Fedora 32 virtual machine.

StartThe button is used to launch the Fedora 32 installation on VirtualBox.

Step 3: Start the Fedora 32 installation process

The first screen will ask you to start the Fedora 32 Live installation.

Press Enter to go to the next screen. select”Install to hard drive

Select the installation language and click carry on Button.

Select the correct keyboard and time zone for your region, then select “Installation destination“.

Since I am installing on a VM, I ’ll choose “automatic“Storage configuration.

If you want advanced storage configuration (e.g. separate partitions for swap, / var, / tmp or RAID configuration, etc.), select Custom Under storage configuration. When done, click “carry out“” At the top of the screen.

Begin the installation and wait for it to complete.

Step 4: Create an admin user

Click the Finish Installation button to complete.

Remove the installation media. For virtual environments, detach the ISO file and restart the system. On the next screen.

Set your user information and username.

Provide a strong password and confirm your account.

You have completed the installation of Fedora 32 and are ready to use.

Click “Get started with Fedora“To log in and update your system:

sudo dnf -y update

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