Feature preview of Fedora 16 installer
Posted on: 08/09/2011 11:38 AM

LinuxBSDos.com posted a feature preview of the new Fedora 16 installer

Feature preview of Fedora 16 installer

Fedora 16 is more than two months away from final, stable release, but pre-Alpha installation ISO images have been floating around. News from the Fedora camp have already indicated that btrfs will be the default file system on Fedora 16, joining the ranks of MeeGo, the first (Linux) distribution to use btrfs as the default file system.

With several articles already published about Fedora and btrfs (see the latest here), I downloaded a pre-Alpha image just to see what the new partitioning scheme will be on Anaconda, the Fedora system installation program, with btrfs. If btrfs is to be the default, a file system with a built-in volume management system, what will happen to LVM?

If you are new to Fedora, LVM, the Linux Logical Volume Manager, is the default disk partitioning scheme, with ext4 as the preferred file system.

Printed from Linux Compatible (http://www.linuxcompatible.org/news/story/feature_preview_of_fedora_16_installer.html)