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All [[Docs_Project_guides | formal documentation]] is located at [].  These guides are written in [[DocBook]] XML and compiled using [[Publican]].
* [[User_Guide| F10 User Guide]]  
We are working on a number of [[Docs Project guides | guides]] that aid users in setting up and using Fedora:
* [[F11_User_Guide_-_Introduction| F11 Draft User Guide]]
* Installation Guide
* [[Communicate/IRCHowTo| How to use IRC for communication in Fedora]]
* Release Notes
* [[Virtualization_Quick_Start]]
* Security Guide
* SELinux Guide
'''New contributors'''
* User Guide
* Deployment Guide
* [[Infrastructure/AccountSystem/CLAHowTo| How To sign a Contributors License Agreement (CLA)]]
* RPM Guide
* [[Docs/Beats/HowTo| How to contribute to the release notes and be a beat writer]]
* Amateur Radio Guide
'''Systems maintainers'''
'''Systems maintainers'''

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Here you will find the formal documentation for Fedora, as well as draft documents that aren't yet finished. Formal documentation is the responsibility of the DocsProject .

Published Documentation

Published full-length guides and tutorials

The Docs Project writes all its official guides in DocBook XML. These guides are provided to the public in HTML, HTML-Single, and PDF format at the link below.

All formal documentation is located at These guides are written in DocBook XML and compiled using Publican.

We are working on a number of guides that aid users in setting up and using Fedora:

  • Installation Guide
  • Release Notes
  • Security Guide
  • SELinux Guide
  • User Guide
  • Deployment Guide
  • RPM Guide
  • Amateur Radio Guide

Systems maintainers


Draft Documents

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Draft documents
Draft documents may be incomplete or contain errors. You can help and contribute by editing them properly.
  • Beats - These are the very latest Release Notes for Fedora, as they are developed
  • - The entire Wiki has many useful documents, which are not formal Fedora documents but may be what you need. Try the Wiki search to find your topic.

Fedora Project Documents

  • Legal - Legal documents for the Fedora Project (Includes licenses)

Writing Documentation

The Tools of Fedora Documentation


Working with Development Tools


Pages in category "Documentation"

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