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I think I figured out what the problem y'all might be having is, because I just bricked my Fedora 29 install. Basically, Parallels can't handle a...
I started by installing the full Fedora 29 Server image, then did a sudo dnf -y group install "Fedora Workstation" after-the-fact.
No problem. :)
FYI, at first I was having problems growing the size of the image after-the-fact, but then finally figured it out. Here are my...
I installed Fedora Server first with that iso, then installed workstation with: sudo dnf -y group install "Fedora Workstation"
@omegak : No problem installing Parallels Tools:
@omegak : You seem so sure of yourself. Check out this screenshot:
@AndreL1 : FYI
Works for me. I provided my own ISO, of course.
I had no troubles installing Fedora 29 on the latest version of Parallels. Weird.
I ran into a problem I'm sure most people have dealt with: what to do when you didn't initially create a big enough virtual hard disk, and you're...