The translation is temporarily closed for contributions due to maintenance, please come back later.
English Indonesian
$ shasum -a 256 -c *CHECKSUM
After the download completes, or when [application]*Fedora Media Writer* is ready. Plug in a USB drive you wish to use as a bootable media.
[application]*Fedora Media Writer* has been improved and is now the default way to make bootable media. [application]*Fedora Media Writer* supports Linux, Mac, and Windows. It is an easy way to make bootable USB media to install Fedora (or other operating systems). While use of Fedora Media Writer is strongly encouraged, other USB media creation software can work as well.
Be sure you choose the right device!
By calculating the image's `checksum` on your own computer and comparing it to the original `checksum`, you can verify the image has not been tampered with or corrupted. The original checksum values are provided at link:++[], and are [command]#gpg# signed to demonstrate their integrity.
Click the red "Write to disk" button.
Creating USB Media on Macintosh
Creating USB Media on Windows
Creating USB Media with Fedora Media Writer.
Download the Fedora image of your choice from link:++[] and the corresponding checksum file from link:++[]
Download the latest Macintosh Disk Image (the package will have a .dmg extension) from Marin Briza's github page: link:++[].
Download the latest Windows Installer file from Marin Briza's github page: link:++[].
Fedora Media Writer and Universal USB Creators
Fedora Media Writer will automatically download the ISO for you, but if you all-ready have it in your Downloads directory it will be immediately available to use.
If you choose one of the beginning default Fedora editions, such as Fedora workstation or server. [application]*Fedora Media Writer* will give you information and details about it before you proceed with the download and USB creation. For Fedora Workstation, you can choose a different architecture, such as 32bit if you select "other architectures". Otherwise select "Create Live USB" to proceed.
In Windows 8 and 10, the application will be under "all apps" under F for [application]*Fedora Media Writer*. Or in Windows 10, you can just type [application]*Fedora Media Writer* in the search box on the task bar.
Mac OS will then ask if you are sure you want to open the file (it is from the internet after all), select "Open" to run the program.
Most media creation methods in this section are destructive. Ensure you do not need any data on the USB stick, and double check you have chosen the correct device before continuing.
Navigate to your applications directory, and then launch the mediawriter app.
On Fedora 25 or later, you can download Fedora Media Writer with the command: