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== Fedora Live Images ==
 
== Fedora Live Images ==
 
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The Fedora {{Template:DocsDict/BeatsVer}} release includes several Fedora Live ISO images in addition to the traditional installation images.  Fedora Live ISO images are intended to make it easy for you to create bootable CD media containing this Fedora release and a small selection of applications. Once booted, the Fedora Live image also includes a feature that allows you to install the Fedora Live image content to your hard drive for persistence and higher performance. It is an excellent way to ''test drive'' the Fedora Linux operating system on hardware prior to committing to a permanent installation.
 
The Fedora {{Template:DocsDict/BeatsVer}} release includes several Fedora Live ISO images in addition to the traditional installation images.  Fedora Live ISO images are intended to make it easy for you to create bootable CD media containing this Fedora release and a small selection of applications. Once booted, the Fedora Live image also includes a feature that allows you to install the Fedora Live image content to your hard drive for persistence and higher performance. It is an excellent way to ''test drive'' the Fedora Linux operating system on hardware prior to committing to a permanent installation.
 
    
 
    
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* Fedora Live image installations do not allow any package selection or upgrade capability since they copy the entire file system from media or USB disks to the hard disk. After the installation is complete, and your system has been rebooted, you can add and remove packages as desired with the ''Add/Remove Software'' tool, <code>yum</code>, or the other software management tools.
 
* Fedora Live image installations do not allow any package selection or upgrade capability since they copy the entire file system from media or USB disks to the hard disk. After the installation is complete, and your system has been rebooted, you can add and remove packages as desired with the ''Add/Remove Software'' tool, <code>yum</code>, or the other software management tools.
 
* Fedora Live images do not work on <code>i586</code> architecture.
 
* Fedora Live images do not work on <code>i586</code> architecture.
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