Select “Download automatically” and proceed with click on “Next”
If the ISO file already exist in the “Download” folder the Fedora Media Writer will use the existing ISO file to proceed. “Delete download after writing” is interesting to select when there is missing memory space.
Hello likelinux. Many thanks for your work. I would have liked to see this article revised months ago. You are now filling a really urgent gap.
Question is why you can’t upload your changes. What exactly did you try?
Another consideration is whether we first take a quick, but rather unconventional way, and you simply send me the changed adoc file by mail, and possibly the images. That way we could together quickly achieve success. And then can resolve your possibility for an upload.
I see that this is a blog post from 2016. As a blog post, it refers to the text and situation from then and is not updated. One would not update a newspaper article from 2016, either. However, it is indispensable to keep our current documentation up to date.
I see you wrote about a virtual network bridge and connecting to a VM. Perhaps you would like to contribute your knowledge to our Fedora Server documentation?
Oh, I saw your post too late, I was writing my answer. But you were quicker
Our original intention was to keep such parts of the documentation that refer to several editions or variants also common pages. And the Media Writer is needed for all editions and variants. The current place would therefore be correct.
Quick Docs would be an alternative. But actually we want to focus on short how-tos there.
‘Help’ shows a myriad of links to navigate. Unfortunately, for first time users, it is not helpful to find Fedora Media Writer. FMW is an anchor to onboard new users, who prefer graphical tools to commands. @nikodunk is it too late to list FMW on the landing page?
What I meant was the navigation bar on top right before users start to hit keyword on search window. I know people are prone to search first, but we also expect another user behavior to click nav bar or click on button.
Happy to help. No need to be sorry. I wanted to have a go with versioned doc like Fedora user docs.
I know Docs team are striving to apply consistent style guide, but we do see the opposite. I tend to follow the latest AsciiDoc template without indentation or special characters used as spacer. This is not a rule documented as style guide, but more of conventions.