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15 GiB hard disk space assigned to /; remaining free space left as unpartitioned LVM space
ARM devices often require special setup procedures that aren't covered in this guide. Start learning about Fedora ARM at link:++[]
ARM images
BFO images work like PXE deployments, without having to set up a server.
Boot Images
BTRFS file system configuration
Changing a Fedora installation from one architecture to another is not supported. Use the following table to determine the architecture of your computer according to the type of processor. Consult your manufacturer's documentation for details on your processor, or resources such as link:++[] or link:++[], if necessary.
client firewall configuration
Cloud Images
Cloud images are preconfigured and do not require installation as described in this guide. Get started using Fedora Cloud at link:++[]
Compared to Fedora Workstation DVD image with Fedora Workstation installation: the netinstall images do not hide the GRUB2 menu.
Downloading Fedora
DVD Image
DVD images boot directly into the installation environment, and allow you to choose from a variety of packages that are provided with it. In Fedora 21, the DVD option is only available in the *Fedora Server* Edition.
Each of these downloads provides a different set of default packages, but you can add to your system after the initial installation to customize it for your needs. The installation process is the same for all spins and Editions, so you can use this guide for any choice you make.
Fedora Cloud comes in several varieties. The Fedora Cloud Base image is a minimal base for cloud deployments. The Fedora Cloud Atomic image is a Docker container host that uses link:++[Project Atomic] technology for updates. A Docker base image for Fedora is also available.
Fedora Cloud images are preconfigured filesystem images with very few packages installed by default. They include special tools for interacting with cloud platforms, and are not intended to be used outside of cloud environments.
Fedora Editions
Fedora provides three primary Editions tailored for some specific use cases. link:++[] offers Fedora Cloud for scalable infrastructure, Fedora Server for organizational infrastructure, and Fedora Workstation for the developer and desktop user.