Install Fedora 38 KDE Plasma Desktop (KDE GUI)

SCREENSHOT 21) After the “Begin Installation”, the new disk layout is created and the old data/partitions are deleted.

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configuring create btrfs

SCREENSHOT 22) The setup is still working…

Installation progress is at 73%.

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Installing software 73 percentage

SCREENSHOT 23) One of the last steps is to install the system bootloader.

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Installing boot loader

SCREENSHOT 24) The installation has finished.

Quit the installation program.

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Quit the installation setup

SCREENSHOT 25) The user is still in the Live image, so click on the bottom left corner and then click on “Restart” as shown.

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Restart the computer

SCREENSHOT 26) A request to the user is issued to confirm the restart of the computer.

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restart confirmation

SCREENSHOT 27) Freshly installed Fedora 38 KDE Plasma is the default boot option in the booting program (grub2).

There are more options if more OSes are preset in the computer. The setup found these options and added them to the boot menu. The kernel version is shown – 6.2.9-300.

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Grub 2.06 Fedora Linux

SCREENSHOT 28) Select your user and log in with the right password.

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KDE Plasma login

SCREENSHOT 29) The KDE Plasma Deskop is loading.

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KDE Plasma loading

SCREENSHOT 30) Welcome to KDE Plasma

There are 8 welcome screens to get to know about KDE Plasma features. Plasma is a free and open-source desktop environment created by KDE.

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Welcome to KDE Plasma screen

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