Fedora USB Complete Collection-64 bit
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The Fedora distribution got its start from the commercial Red Hat distribution, and has grown into a global community based on the "Four Foundations": Freedom, Friends, Features, and First. Their mission: "Fedora creates an innovative platform for hardware, clouds, and containers that enables software developers and community members to build tailored solutions for their users."
As of Fedora 31, they only provide a 64-bit version (for AMD and Intel processors (iCore, etc.)).
Contains latest Fedora release - currently 35
The USB Complete Collection is something we've been waiting on for many years. Now that the cost of USB media is cost competitive with optical media, we have jumped in feet first to create the ultimate USB collection for Fedora and the x86_64 64-bit release of Fedora. This is more than just ISO files on media, as we spent time creating the menu structure, configuring scripts, and optimizing the whole experience - this is the kind of USB you asked for, and we wanted it to meet our high standards.
To see details on exactly what is in this collection, see Fedora USB Collection Description
This USB Collection includes 17 DVD ISOs, Fedora Live Workstation, Server, and 7 Live Spins - Cinnamon, KDE, LXDE, LXQt, MATE, SoaS (Sugar), and XFCE. There are also 8 Labs Spins - Games, Astronomy, Comp Neuro, Design Suite, JAM (Music), Python Classroom, Robotics Suite, and Security Lab (these all boot as live environments). You can quickly run all Live desktops to figure out which Desktop Environment is right for you, or run the custom Labs builds that give you applications and utilities focused on their specialty.
This is a 64GB USB Drive with a boot partition, grub/iso partition, and a 2 GB user data partition.
If you are having trouble wrapping your head around what this is, in simple terms it is a USB that replaces 17 DVDs! As long as your system can boot from USB, this is a better, faster, cheaper, and more powerful way to experience Fedora!!
Here is a LinuxCollections.com Video that show off this USB Collection:
Fedora 31 Live Desktops (13 different ones) that covers a quick look at Workstation, the live Desktop environments, plus the Labs spins to show you what this USB Collection looks like!
USB Boot Menu
Fedora Startup Screenshot
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