- Document Conventions
- Installing Fedora Silverblue
- First Login
- Using Containers
- Upgrades and Rollbacks
- Miscellany ?
- Advanced Topics
- Known Problems
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As the name implies, this is a doc meant for daily use. Silverblue is a community effort and this document is no different.
The installation instructions for Silverblue can be found at https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fedora-silverblue/installation-guide/.
It is thorough, with links there to the Fedora Installation Guide as well as some other sources of reference material for Silverblue. While it is detailed and easy to follow, like many installation documents, doesn’t fill in answers a user may have pre-installation.
Answers to such questions as, "Do I want to encrypt my storage media?", "Am I going to use the standard RXVT terminal or do I want TMUX, or Terminator, and how does it need to be set up?". These are only a basic couple of the many potential questions that may plague a user intending on using Silverblue as their daily workstation, and we haven’t even contemplated the immutable OS yet.
Each use case draws it’s own set of questions needing answers to facilitate a successful installation. Throughout, and integral to these many faceted usage environments, are the individual tasks all of us users do to set up our computing environment to suit our use case needs. These tasks are the procedure we follow, whether recorded for reference or not, each time we go through the process of setting up our workstation’s. Some, as indicated here https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/how-i-automated-my-fedora-workstation-with-modular-ansible-roles/579/4, have automated their workstation setup, in this case using Ansible Roles.