Third Party Repositories For applications that are against Fedora policies (MP3, DVD, MPEG, Binary Drivers, etc), a third party repository should be used.

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If you wish Generally speaking this is highly recommended the FIRST time you install Fedora (if you have high speed internet).

After that, full system updates become less common.

However this requires a high-speed internet access that is detected by the Fedora Installer.

This will also significantly increase the installation time.

Fedora Repositories Fedora typically has 2 repositories enabled by default: first, it is a small download.

When you run the full update after that, you will have the advantage of using an updated/faster 'yum'.If you updated from previously using Livna it is okay, 'yum' will update automatically, for example, read this post: Update to RPMFusion.NOTE: YUM Installation Prompt After downloads the application or update requested it will prompt to install.There are also "Live CD's" which can be booted and will run a basic Fedora 9 in memory while also providing a simpler method of installation (not as complete at the DVD or multi-CD method). There is a specific Live CD that ships with KDE (this is specifically marked).Both provide an installer however they come with significantly less software than the DVD.Booting the DVD or booting from CD#1 will start the installer which will allow Fedora to be installed on your computer or for you to upgrade an existing Fedora on your machine.