Hi Docs group.Hi Chris
I have started to read the text below and I may I present some feedback.
I have a slight rephrase of a sentenceBEFORE
Some screens will be automatically configured depending on your hardware and the type of
media you used to start the installation. You can still change the detected settings in
any screen. Screens which have not been automatically configured, and therefore require
your attention before you begin the installation, are marked by an exclamation mark. You
can not start the actual installation process before you finish configuring these
AFTERSome screens will be automatically configured depending on your hardware and the type
of media you used to start the installation. You can still change the detected settings in
any screen. Screens which have not been automatically configured, are marked by an
exclamation mark and therefore require your attention before you begin the installation.
You can not start the actual installation process before you finish configuring these
CHANGE GO BACK to return
If you incorporate the above change, there is a "go back" that could be
replaced with "return" in the following
The terminal multiplexer is running in virtual console 1. To switch from the actual
installation environment to tmux, press Ctrl+Alt+F1. To go back to the main installation
interface which runs in virtual console 6, press Ctrl+Alt+F6.
My experience with anaconda is:If you select too many groups (eg all) to install,
anaconda will definitely crash before completing the installation. Users should be
cautioned to not install more than the necessary groups, and complete the installation of
the remaining groups post installation (sudo dnf group list).
From what I read below, it is very very well written and accolades to those who were the
Montréal Québec, Canada
On Sunday, August 23, 2020, 9:56:53 p.m. EDT, Chris Murphy
This doc is in need of updating for the Btrfs by default feature
approved for Fedora 33:
I can fork https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/install-guide
PR's. But I don't think that method is interactive, i.e. it's pretty
much accept the PR or reject it, correct? Any other ideas?
I've identified these specific areas:
- Automatic partitioning - should say Btrfs instead of LVM
- Some partition types - notably the /boot and /usr directories and
the BIOS Boot and EFI partitions - can not be placed on Btrfs
subvolumes. Use standard physical volumes for them (or an LVM logical
volume for /usr). See
for more information.
- Ext4 is the default and recommended file system used by Fedora
Workstation and Cloud.
- Advice on Partitions
- Recommended Partitioning Scheme (recommendations, sizes all need updates)
- Manual partitioning should say Btrfs instead of LVM
- swap - based on your system parameters
- unrelated to btrfs, but needs updating for swaponzram feature
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