Fuduntu 2013.2 Released – Download DVD Images and Installation Guide with Screenshots

Fuduntu Linux, based on Fedora distribution released its Fuduntu 2013.2 version recently which has a user-friendly, rolling-release with RPM package management and the classic GNOME2 desktop environment. This release comes with many new features, application and bug fixes. It has released with two flavors. A Full version with lots of software installed by default and a new Lite version which uses 3-4GB less hard drive space depending on architecture. It supports Steam gaming and Netflix video streaming. XBMC, the popular media center developed by the XBMC Foundation is also now available in Fuduntu 2013.2 distribution.

Fuduntu Features

Following are well known open source software’s  included.

  1. LibreOffice
  2. GMIP 2.5.4
  3. Thunderbird 17.0.4
  4. Kernel 3.8.3-34
  5. Firefox 19.0.2
  6. Chromium 25.0.1364.172

Download Fuduntu 2013.2 ISO Images

Fuduntu 2013.2 iso files are available for i686 and x86_64 (both Full and Lite version). Please use the following direct links to download files.

Full i686


Lite i686


Full x86_64


Lite x86_64


Read the rest of the release announcement on below links Fuduntu 2013.2 release

Fuduntu 2013.2 Full Version Installation Guide

1. Boot system with Fuduntu 2013.2 Installation media or ISO.

Boot Fuduntu ISO Image

Boot Fuduntu ISO Image

2. Live desktop from where we can install it on Hard Drive.

Welcome to Fuduntu

Welcome to Fuduntu

3. Once you click on Install to Hard Drive, we will now start installation process. Choose keyboard layout and click on ‘Next

Fuduntu Keyboard Selection

Fuduntu Keyboard Selection

4. Choose basic storage device as we have locally attached storage.

Choose basic storage device

Choose Basic Storage Device

5. Storage Device Warning click on “Yes, discard any data.

Storage Device Warninig

Storage Device Warning – Discard Data

6. Give a Host name.

Fuduntu Set Hostname

Fuduntu Set Hostname

7. Select nearest city in your time zone.

Fuduntu Select City

Select City based on Time Zone

8. Give root password to set root password.

Enter root Password

Set root Password

9. Types of installation, select ‘Replace Existing Linux System(s) and select ‘Review and modify partitioning layout

Fuduntu Select Type of Installation

Select Type of Installation

10. Types of installation, Shows partitioning types to verify where we can modify as per need. Click ‘Next‘ to proceed once satisfied with partitions.

Fuduntu Create Partition

Fuduntu Create Partition

11. Format warnings: Click on ‘Format

Fuduntu Disk Format

Fuduntu Disk Format

12. Confirmation to format partitions: Click on ‘Write changes to Disk

Fuduntu Write changes to Disk

Write changes to Disk

13. Format filesystem partitions.

Format filesystem partitions

Formatting Filesystems

14. Boot loader installation and password set to GRUB.

Enter Grub Password

Set Grub Password

15. Installation is started, Relax, it may take few Minutes.

Fuduntu Installation

Fuduntu Installation Process

16. Installation Competed. Eject media or ISO and Exit. Reboot system from Live Desktop.

Fuduntu Installation Completed

Fuduntu Installation Completed

17. Restarting Fuduntu.

Restarting Fuduntu

Restarting Fuduntu

18. Post installation welcome screen.

Fuduntu Post Installation

Fuduntu Post Installation

19. Read License information and click on ‘Forward

Fuduntu License Agreement

Read Fuduntu License Agreement

20. Enter the user details and click the ‘Forward

Create Fuduntu User

Create and Fill User Details

21. Set Date and Time, and Click on ‘Finish

Set Date and Time Zone

Fuduntu Set Date and Time Zone

22. Login Screen.

Fuduntu Login Screen

Fuduntu Login Screen

23. Newly installed Fuduntu 2013.2 Desktop.

Fuduntu 2013.2 Desktop

Fuduntu 2013.2 Desktop

Fuduntu Home Page http://www.fuduntu.org/.

If You Appreciate What We Do Here On TecMint, You Should Consider:

TecMint is the fastest growing and most trusted community site for any kind of Linux Articles, Guides and Books on the web. Millions of people visit TecMint! to search or browse the thousands of published articles available FREELY to all.

If you like what you are reading, please consider buying us a coffee ( or 2 ) as a token of appreciation.

Support Us

We are thankful for your never ending support.

Narad Shrestha

He has over 10 years of rich IT experience which includes various Linux Distros, FOSS and Networking. Narad always believes sharing IT knowledge with others and adopts new technology with ease.

Your name can also be listed here. Got a tip? Submit it here to become an TecMint author.

RedHat RHCE and RHCSA Certification Book
Linux Foundation LFCS and LFCE Certification Preparation Guide
The Complete Linux System Administrator Bundle
Become an Ethical Hacker Bonus Bundle

You may also like...

2 Responses

  1. carlrjr says:

    Fuduntu cured my distro-hopping habit over a year ago.

    The familiarity and stability of Gnome 2 combined with the latest versions of major applications and the rolling release model make this operating system a winner in my book.

    The elegance, performance, battery life, and stellar community support with Andrew Wyatt at the helm continues to impress me.

    Now that there’s a Lite version how can anyone resist giving this impressive distro a spin?

    • ken says:

      Nice review. I installed Fuduntu a few days back and love it. For those with amd processors, DO NOT download the additional drivers offered. I lost my graphical desktop when I did. Just use the default drivers. They work fine. Also, Firefox is available in the repositories, but is not installed by default.

Got something to say? Join the discussion.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.