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=== '''Live Image''' ===
 
=== '''Live Image''' ===
  
If you do not want to use an installed Rawhide system to test, you can use the latest [http://alt.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/nightly-composes/desktop/ Rawhide nightly live CD]. Tips on using a live image are available at [[FedoraLiveCD]].
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Optionally, you may download a non-destructive rawhide live image for your architecture. Tips on using a live image are available at [[FedoraLiveCD]].
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{{admon/warning | Live USB label bug | If you put the image on a USB stick, boot will likely fail with the message ''No root device found. Boot has failed, sleeping forever.'' In this case, use the command {{command|/sbin/dosfslabel}} (if your USB stick is FAT32-formatted) or {{command|/sbin/e2label}} (ext2/3/4-formatted) to find the label for the USB stick. When booting, hit tab twice at the Fedora boot screen to edit the kernel boot parameters, and change the ''root<nowiki>=</nowiki>'' section to read ''root<nowiki>=</nowiki>live:LABEL<nowiki>=</nowiki>(label)'', where (label) is the label you found.  In some cases, you may simply need to use the label provided by ''udev'', so if your key normally mounts as {{filename|/media/KINGSTON}}, for example, use ''KINGSTON'' as the label.}}
 
{{admon/warning | Live USB label bug | If you put the image on a USB stick, boot will likely fail with the message ''No root device found. Boot has failed, sleeping forever.'' In this case, use the command {{command|/sbin/dosfslabel}} (if your USB stick is FAT32-formatted) or {{command|/sbin/e2label}} (ext2/3/4-formatted) to find the label for the USB stick. When booting, hit tab twice at the Fedora boot screen to edit the kernel boot parameters, and change the ''root<nowiki>=</nowiki>'' section to read ''root<nowiki>=</nowiki>live:LABEL<nowiki>=</nowiki>(label)'', where (label) is the label you found.  In some cases, you may simply need to use the label provided by ''udev'', so if your key normally mounts as {{filename|/media/KINGSTON}}, for example, use ''KINGSTON'' as the label.}}

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