I am now writing this from a brand new installation of Fedora 11 alpha (actually 10.91). As in Fedora 10, because I re-used a seperate /home partition, when I first booted up into the new installation, it failed to get to my KDE user desktop. I had to log in as root and issue these two commands in a terminal:
chown -R les /home/les/
chgrp -R users /home/les/
Also, while logged in as root, I disabled SELinux (Fedora’s Security Enhanced Linux security policy application.)
Then I enabled rpmfusion’s rawhide repositories using the command-line instructions for alpha/betas, etc. on the rpmfusion.org website.
Currently downloading a bazillion updates and installing my favorite apps, while listening to some nice classical music on Amarok 2.o.1!