Fedora Jam is shipped as a live operating system. It's everything you need to try out Fedora's Jam - you don't have to erase anything on your current system to try it out, and it won't put your files at risk. Take Fedora for a test drive, and if you like it, you can install Fedora directly to your hard drive straight from the Live Media desktop if you like.
To use this image, you need a drive that can create or "burn" DVDs, or a USB flash drive at least as big as the image.
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Spin downloads are offered via direct download, but you can also get them via BitTorrent. In this case you will need to install a BitTorrent client in order to download a spin. If you cannot use Bittorrent, some spins offer alternative download methods.
To install a spin, you run the spin on your computer and click the "Install to Hard Drive" link on the desktop. You'll be guided through the install process via a series of prompts.
After installing either the software bundle or the complete Fedora version you can run these tools by launching the applications that correspond with them.
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Users and developers are available in the #fedora-audio IRC channel on irc.libera.chat for real-time chat.
Users and developers are also available on the mailing list at email@example.com.
Specific documentation is available at the Jam wiki page.
Sometimes you may encounter an issue with this spin that you can get help with using general Fedora support resources. A list of resources is available at the Fedora “Get Help” page.