Install Fedora 36 Xfce Desktop

SCREENSHOT 11) Fedora 36 Xfce Desktop needs 21.11 GiB of available space on the selected disk at least!

If there is below the requested size of free (available disk) space the setup will offer you to free some space by removing existing data (partitions). If the selected disk is with important data and you do not know what you are doing, stop and don’t continue! If this hard drive is with no important data you may proceed by clickin on “Reclaim space”.

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Installation destination – Reclaim space

SCREENSHOT 12) Delete all of the data is the easiest way when you have unnecessary data in the disk and you decided to remove all the data from the disk.

Click on “Delete all” if this is the case. Be careful not to remove something you might need in the future! If you know what you are doing you can free some space (make it available i.e. enough unpartitioned space (~22 GiB at least), which is what the setup needs to proceed) by deleting or shrinking the existing partitions. Here the two partitions in the device sda are going to be permanently deleted.

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Installation destination – Delete All

SCREENSHOT 13) Click on “Reclaim space” to confirm the operation in the previous step – deleting or shrinking of partitions.

You can see the operations the “Action” column, which will be performed on the selected disk after the installation setup begin its actual work. In our case we wanted to delete all data on the disk, so there are two Delete actions pending…

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Installation destination Reclaim space

SCREENSHOT 14) Click on “Root Password” if you want to be able to log in as root by activating the root user.

It’s not a mandatory step if an other administrative user is added, but it is good to have the ability to log in locally by the root.

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User Settings – root password

SCREENSHOT 15) Set the root password and confirm it.

First, enable the root account by clicking on option box – “Enable root account” and second, by default, no root login is permitted using ssh server, but this could be changed here by checking “Allow root SSH login with password”.

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User Settings – set root password

SCREENSHOT 16) Click on “User Creation” – create an ordinary user (with administrative privileges).

This is a desktop setup you need an ordinary user to use the system.

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User Settings – user creation

SCREENSHOT 17) Create an user and check “Add administrative privileges to this user account (wheel group membership)” to be able to escalate user privileges when you need to aministrate the system.

Fill the name and the password according.

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User Settings – create user

SCREENSHOT 18) Now the installation setup is configured and by clicking on “Begin Installation” the actual installation on your selected hard drive begins.

The actual installation begins and first, the disk must be prepared, so after clicking the very button the disk layout will be changed according to the previous steps.

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Begin Installation

SCREENSHOT 19) After the “Begin Installation”, the new disk layout is created and the old data/partitions are deleted.

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configuring storage disk layout

SCREENSHOT 20) The setup is still working… Installation progress is at 87%.

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Installing software 87%

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