"cutting edge" and "the most user friendly" amongst other things
NEW yes , so VERY new that some "newish" versions of programs do not build on it
"the most user friendly"
a very BIG no to that
you will have to hack software to get it to build and install to the VERY new software in 17
so it is by far NOT "user friendly"
( and i am a long time user of fedora )
I'd like to remove it but I can't seem to find the partition it's on
from fedora or mint
run AS ROOT ( i use "su -" )
that is a lowercase "dash ell "
that will give you the partition layout
mint was on there first
fedora is going to be on the end
sd3,sd4,sd5,... something like that
GParted doesn't show the partition it where it resides and I can't access it from Nautilus on Mint.
??? odd ??? very odd
it should auto mount with read only permission
you might need to be root to read it ??? but not likely
when you installed fedora
did you use a SECOND boot partition for fedora and bootstrap it in the mint13 bootloader ??????
did you overwrite mints bootloader with fedora's ???
if the first
then just reformat in gparted the NON mint partitions
fedora "should" have auto used the SWAP that is used in mint and set that at install
the DEFAULT fedora install uses a LVM
so IF it is a FULL default ONLY install
fedora will only be on ONE LVM partition
and will have overwrote Mint's boot partition
you might need to reinstall mint's bootloader