A decade ago I ran Fedora up thru 12 on a PC, and then on a MacBook Pro running VMWare.
With the advent of Big Sur, I am seriously looking to move back to Fedora.
DL’d Fedora 34 this AM, and installed it in VMware Fusion 10.1.1 on my 2017 MBP running Mojave 10.14.5.
Installed OK, but when I started to set up an account, the installation failed with a “Something went wrong; contact a SysAdmin” error. Same thing if I boot the “recovery”. The “Live” version seems to be OK, tho.
A search here didn’t turn up anything useful.
Does anyone know if this will work? Is there any way to get a log of what is failing, or perhaps boot into a lower run-level? (Does that even apply?) Any other thoughts?
And can anyone tell me where to find a system requirements for the newer Fedora? All I could find was “2GB/20GB”. I think I have an old HP (WInXP) laptop in a box somewhere; probably from about 2000. 2GB ram and 40GB drive IIRC. Likely to work, or no?