Originally Posted by John VV
seeing as it is almost impossible to read the "tinypic" images ( they are too tiny )
i am betting you are trying to install fedora the the MBR and not the "freed up partition
also is that "freed up" partition still formatted to MS Windows NTFS
you might want to reread the fedora install guide
fedora will default to the FIRST partition on a drive
but you have the option to override that
Thank you for your response.
The thing is, ive succeed at installing the Fedora 17 before. They have options so i can choose, between to shrink the current free space on a partition, or to install it to an unallocated space (like the option on this F18 install). I used the shrink partition option and it worked. And in this case (F18 installation), they got no such options, so i kind of unfamiliar with the environment (like mounting /boot etc.). Ive read the document you gave, but still its too general.
Thing i dont understand is, in this picture (http://i49.tinypic.com/2vht9b9.jpg
), the system recognize that i actually have up to 200GB free space. So why do i still got the "no t enough disk space" message. If it's like what youve said earlier, how can i not install it on the MBR? Or how can i reformat it so it wont be a MS Windows NTFS anymore?