"Fedora 13 is one of a handful of Linux distributions
with support for btrfs, the B-tree File System, one of the newest
file systems in the Linux kernel. Btrfs is destined to be the
default Linux file system. Expect to see it as the default on
Fedora by the time Fedora 17 comes along. For now, however, it is
still an experimental file system, If you installed Fedora using
any of the live installation media, btrfs will not be available as
an option in the File System Type menu. To play with btrfs on
Fedora, you will have to use the boot.fedoraproject.org (bfo)
installation media or the DVD installation media, which is not a
"This tutorial will show how to enable the btrfs option using
both methods of installation. Let's begin the bfo method."
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