Have you downloaded your new Fedora 14 ISOs yet? Have you checked out the latest and greatest Fedora documentation that goes along with your new Fedora 14 installation? No? Well, let me tell you all about the goodness that is available to you from the Docs Project.
For Fedora 14 we have the following guides available to you:
- Accessibility Guide - Using Fedora with a visual, hearing, or mobility impairment.
- Amateur Radio Guide - A guide for users of Fedora amateur radio software.
- Burning ISO images to disk - How to download ISO images and create CD and DVD media.
- Fedora Live Images - How to use the Fedora live image.
- Installation Guide - Installing Fedora 14 on x86, AMD64, and Intel 64 architectures.
- Musicians' Guide - A guide to Fedora Linux's audio creation and music capabilities.
- Power Management Guide - Managing power consumption on Fedora
- Release Notes - Release Notes for Fedora 14.
- Security Guide - A Guide to Securing Fedora Linux.
- Storage Administration Guide - Deploying and configuring single-node storage in Fedora
- User Guide - Using Fedora 14 for common desktop computing tasks
Hopefully these guides will help you get off on the right foot with Fedora 14. Thanks to all the members of the Docs Project for getting all the words out there and to the L10n team for translating all those words into words your local users can better understand.