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Install Virt-Manager (from Fedora's package repositories). This is a GUI for visualization like kvm/qemu or xen. You can configure your virtual machine there and set CPU affinity. If virt-manager isn't the right tool for you, you may use virtualbox instead, though its fedora support is somewhat limited.

If you don't want to run a virtual machine, just have a look at CLI tool taskset. Documentation can be found on man 1 taskset. It's fairly easy to use.