"In the last article about btrfs on Fedora, we showed
how to pass the btrfs option to Anaconda, the Fedora system
installation program, on Fedora 13. This article presents a step by
step guide on how to actually partition a disk and install Fedora
13 on a btrfs-formatted root filesystem. Basically, this is a
continuation of how to enable the btrfs Anaconda option on Fedora
"After you have passed the btrfs option to Anaconda either via
the bfo method or the DVD installation method, the installer will
present the step shown in the image below. This marks the start of
the main leg of the first installation phase. Next to continue.
"The option to choose here is the default – Basic Storage
Devices. This allows you to install Fedora 13 on locally-attached
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