I want to try Fedora out on my current laptop, but haven’t had success so far. Well, the live experience was fine, except my system has a Broadcom wifi adapter, and from what little reading i’ve done, it seems that getting Fedora to recognize the wl driver requires a reboot after installing the driver from the nonfree rpmfusion repository, and unfortunately i had built the live usb in the recommended way (Fedora Media Writer), which means no live persistence. Between rebuilding the usb to have persistence, and just biting the bullet and installing on hard drive, i went with the install.
Well, i can offer more details on my system, but basically, it’s an UEFI Windows machine i’ve also installed MX-Linux 18.3 on.
Anyway, after freeing about 50 GiB of space, i installed Fedora, mostly on default settings including partitioning which i left as automatic. After the install finished, i rebooted the laptop, without the live usb, but was greeted with an unchanged GRUB menu containing only the MXLinux and Windows choices.
How do i get to my Fedora install?
(i’m pretty sure it’s there? the automatic partitioning seems to have created two new partitions, an 1gb one that seems to contain boot-related files, and another one with the rest of the free space with home and root, titled fedora_localhost-live)