Create A Bootable USB Drive With Etcher To Install Fedora


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Fedora is an older Linux distribution that has a long history of stability. Let's see how to install this awesome operating system with [size="[URL][/URL]"]Etcher[/size] bootable USB creator. You also can use Rufus for this task; but we are going to use Etcher since it is much more user-friendly. Fedora is a community-driven Linux distro derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), an operating system developed by Red Hat Inc., one of the'larger' players in the Linux community. Fedora delivers regular updates every 6 weeks, and a great deal of bleeding-edge applications, for those willing to risk a bit. Interesting fact: Fedora is the distro of choice of Linus Torvalds himself.

Fedora comes with nearly 100% open-source applications, making it suitable for true open source lovers, unlike Ubuntu and a few other"stiffer" versions. This distro has a developer portal, which provides guides on some popular types of programming, such as web development, utilization of control lines, as well as mobile programs. In addition to that, it is equipped with Eclipse, its very own integrated development environment (IDE), which supports multiple languages by default, and is also more prone to expanding through various plugins.