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=== x86_64 Specifics for Fedora ===
 
  
This section covers specific information about Fedora and the x86_64 hardware platform.
 
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==== Hardware requirements for x86_64 ====
 
  
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===== Memory requirements for x86_64 =====
 
  
* Minimum RAM for text-mode: 256MiB
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* Recommended RAM for graphical: 512MiB
 
 
 
===== Hard disk space requirements for x86_64 =====
 
 
 
All of the packages from a DVD install can occupy over 9 GB of disk space. The final install size is determined by the installing spin and the packages selected during installation. Additional disk space is required during installation to support the installation environment. The additional disk space corresponds to the size of <code>/Fedora/base/stage2.img</code> plus the size of the files in <code>/var/lib/rpm</code> on the installed system.
 
 
 
In practical terms the additional space requirements may range from as little as 90 MiB for a minimal installation to as much as an additional 175 MiB for a larger installation.
 
 
 
Additional space is also required for any user data and at least 5% free space should be maintained for proper system operation.
 
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