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RedHat Fedora Core Installation Guide - Chapter 12. Package Selection

Chapter 12. Package Selection

Fedora uses the installation type to select a set of software packages for your system. Refer to Chapter 5, Installation Types for more information. You can accept this default set of packages, or customize it to fit your preferences. If you choose the Custom installation type, Fedora displays the screen for Package Group Selection automatically.

[Tip]Changing Your Mind

The installation type and packages that you select are not permanent. After you boot your system, use the Package Management tool to make different software selections for your system. To run this tool, from the main menu, select Desktop->System Settings->Add/Remove Applications.

12.1. Package Installation Defaults

A summary of the default package selection is displayed.


	    Package installation defaults screen.

Figure 12.1. Package Installation Defaults Screen

To accept the default package selection, select Install the default software packages. Select Next to continue, and proceed to Chapter 13, About to Install.

To view or change the packages, select Customize software packages to be installed. Select Next to continue, and proceed to Section 12.2, “Package Group Selection”.

 
 
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