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I have a fresh install of Fedora 20, it uses 8.1GB.

Big packages are Gnome, Evolution, Firefox, Thunderbird, TeXLive Full, GCC, Open Office.

I have a fresh install of Fedora 20, it uses 8.1GB.

Big packages are Gnome, Evolution, Firefox, Thunderbird, TeXLive Full, GCC, Open Office.

Update: I have Fedora 21 it uses 13.7GB including the above packages plus Mathematica.

I have a fresh install of Fedora 20, it uses 8.1GB.

Big packages are Gnome, Evolution, Firefox, Thunderbird, TeXLive Full, GCC, Open Office.

Update: I have Fedora 21 it uses 13.7GB including the above packages plus Mathematica.

Update 2: I have had a heavily used Fedora 22 for more than one year, and it now uses 27GB, /usr -> 20GB, /var -> 6.8GB (in which /usr/local/Wolfram -> 7GB, /usr/share/texlive -> 2GB, /var/log/journal -> 4.4GB and /var/cache/PackageKit -> 1.8GB ).

I have a fresh install of Fedora 20, it uses 8.1GB.

Big packages are Gnome, Evolution, Firefox, Thunderbird, TeXLive Full, GCC, Open Office.

Update: I have Fedora 21 it uses 13.7GB including the above packages plus Mathematica.

Update 2: I have had a heavily used Fedora 22 for more than one year, and it now uses 27GB, /usr -> 20GB, /var -> 6.8GB (in which /usr/local/Wolfram -> 7GB, /usr/share/texlive -> 2GB, /var/log/journal -> 4.4GB and /var/cache/PackageKit -> 1.8GB ).

Update 3: Fedora 28, after 6 months of heavy use / (no /home) takes 44GB , after running pkcon refresh force: 36GB. after running journalctl --vacuum-size=500M: 32GB. Some nuggets: of that Mathematica takes 10.3GB and TeX 2.8GB (fonts alone 1.8GB), flatpack 1.5GB.