Login to your Panel (https://crownpanel.com/)
To start the installation you will have to mount the Fedora 35 ISO. To mount the ISO click on CD-ROM and then select the Fedora 35 ISO from the drop-down menu and click on the Mount button(It will take 2-3 minutes)
Once the ISO has mounted (Task Log tab will show the status of the task), navigate to the "Power Control" tab and then perform a Reboot task on the server.
Now Launch VNC to start the installation. If the VNC doesn't boot to Fedora 35, please click on
del from the VNC console to send a reboot signal.
Select "Install Fedora 35" and hit Enter key to start.
Select the desired language and click on continue.
Click on "Network & Hostname" to configure networking.
A network can be configured in 2-ways, either DHCP or Static.
For DHCP network configuration, all you have to do here is to click on the slider button next to the "Ethernet" to enable and we're good to go.
For Static configuration click on "Configure".
Now, Switch to IPV4 settings and select the method to manual
Then click on the Add button and enter the IP address, Netmask, and its Gateway in the provided field. You can find more information about your IP Address here.
You can choose between Google's DNS (188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206) or CloudFlare's (220.127.116.11)
Make sure to check the "Require IPv4 addressing.." option so you can have the network UP after the install is complete
Click on the slider button next to the "Ethernet" to enable
Next, click on "Installation Destination" to configure your disk partitioning.
Here, you can either opt for Automatic or Custom configuration depending on your requirements.
If you want to go with the "Automatic" disk partition, select Automatic and click Done.
We will go with custom partitioning in this article.
Once the Partitioning of the disks is complete, we'll move to "Installation Source".
If you want to add any custom mirror link, put the link here and click on Done.
By default, it'll select the closest mirror, leave it as the default.
Click on the "Software Selection" and choose the packages that are required.
You will see a list of predefined Base Environment options and optional add-ons. This part entirely depends on your needs.
In our case, we will go with "Minimal Install" which comes with the bare minimum to operate the server.
Click on "Root Password" to set a password for the root user.
We highly recommended a set strong password, and also select the box "Allow root SSH login with password"
Now hit "Begin Installation" to start the installation process.
Once installation is completed, unmount the ISO from crownpanel and hit the reboot button.
After rebooting the server, you will get the login screen.