I recently switched to Fedora from Linux Mint. I have Fedora 19 Gnome desktop. When I start up my laptop, it comes to a Grub menu which gives me the option to boot Fedora or the Fedora recovery. Can I change Grub2 so that it defaults to Fedora without asking?
Fedora and the Seneca Centre for Development of Open Technology released an optimized Fedora 18 Remix for the Raspberry Pi, and unveiled a new name for the remix. Pidora 18, based on a new build of Fedora optimized for ARMv6, features speedier performance and includes packages from the Fedora 18 package set, says the Pidora project team.
I'll explain my situation and what I've done to try to fix it.
I had gotten a brand new laptop, a Gateway NE56R10u just the other day and of course wanted to to install fedora which I did without any problems. I have my windows partitions on sda1-3, fedora is sda4-8.
I went to update my fedora system to fedora 18 sometime had went wrong.
I upgraded some old systems before from fedora 4 and fedora 6 to fedora 9 and 10 using the cds, When I booted the cds of fedora 9 and 10 it detected the old installed fedora and offered to upgrade it, It sounds nice, I chose to upgrade and every thing went fine, The old fedora 4 and 6 became 9 and 10.
I just downloaded Fedora-18-x86_64-Live-Desktop.iso, created a USB with liveusb-creator-3-11-8. The computer boots but it doesn´t show the option Install Fedora, the only options available are Start Fedora and Troubleshooting. If I start Fedora, it starts, asks me for a user, I login as root and can see the hard drive but can´t start installation procedure.
The following happens when I start up Fedora, I've installed it on VirtualBox, how can I stop it from doing this? Both of them take me to same installation of Fedora, I have no clue on how this happened.