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Download and Create LiveCD or LiveUSB

To download a prebuilt Fedora LiveCD, visit the download page. Then you can either:

If you want to build and then burn your own custom ISO, see How to create and use a Live CD.

Fedora Live CD features

Current features:

  1. Read-write rootfs so it's possible to install software while the livecd is running
  2. Install to hard disk or usb drives
  3. Use SELinux in enforcing mode and other security features by default
  4. Stay as close to a normal desktop install wrt. features
  5. Ability to create normal CD-ROM and CD-R media (less than 700MB) or DVD images
  6. Included best of breed software on the media
  7. Make it easy to do a derived livecd with your own repositories, packages and art work
  8. Data persistence
  9. API used by LTSP, appliance creator and others



Fedora Live CD users and developers can participate and contribute in the discussions happening in the Fedora Live CD list

Finding the Code

The source code for the live CD tools is maintained in git. The repository is at 'git://' and can be browsed via the gitweb interface . You can install it easily by installing the 'livecd-tools' package.

Kickstart files are in the spin-kickstarts.noarch package.

Hard Drive Installation

The ability to install to the hard drive is available in Fedora 7 and above releases. After the live media boots, click on the install icon on your desktop to start the installation.

Media References