011 Fedora 13 Storage Device

 

Fedora 13 Storage Device

 

   Then the Fedora 13 system installation ask for type device that your system have, the default is on Basic Storage Devices that usually use by personal computer or small scale Linux server (the hard disk usually located inside your system :-))... or if your network organization use Storage Area Network (SANs) or mainframe attached disks (DASD) that usually use in an enterprise environment you may choose the Specialized Storage Devices.  On this Fedora 13 installation step by step, we stick to Basic Storage Devices... Click Next button to proceed with the installation process...

 

Fedora 13 Storage Device Screenshot

Fedora 13 Storage Device Screenshot

Fedora 13 Storage Device

What type of devices will your installation involve?

fedora 13 radio button selected  Basic Storage Devices

    Installs or upgrades to typical types of storage devices.  If you're not sure which option is right for you,

    this is probably it.

fedora 13 radio button  Specialized Storage Devices

    Installs or upgrades to devices such as Storage Area Networks (SANs) or mainframe attached disks

    (DASD), usually in an enterprise environment

 

Action:  Choose Basic Storage Devices and click 'Next' button to proceed

 

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