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    Which directory that fedora located?


    Hi
    During Installtion if I asked in which directory that fedora located
    ,in my Windows OS it's located on local drive (f), what should I write?
    do I need to mount to change file system to do something?
    Iam baby in linux.
    thank in advance.

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    hi,


    im sorry but the question is not quite clear(at least to me).

    you installed Windows and Fedora on the same HD, windows on C: and Fedora on F:
    and when you are in Fedora you wanna know in which partion is Fedora? am i right?
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    thank for reply

    I am using Windows OS, my hard disk has the partitions c,d ,and f
    Iam downloaded fedora packages in (f ) local disk.
    Iwant to install fedora core.
    please trace my previous posts to get a complete idea of my problem

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    when you boot to install Fedora it will ask you which method you wanna use to install. then you choose local hard disk. then the installer will eventually give you 3 choices for partition to use, /dev/sda1 , /dev/sda2 , /dev/sda3. partition F will probably be /dev/sda3. so you choose /dev/sda3 as partition and for forlder you choose the folder in which you downloaded Fedora. suppose that in windows you downloaded Fedora to F:\my_downloads\Fedora , then you will put as folder my_downloads/Fedora.
    if /dev/sda3 does not correspond(probably wont happen) to F then try /dev/sda2

    hope this will help
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