So, how to use TortoiseHG?
For the fedora it's available in the Fedora's update repository. You can easily install it using yum.
Note: You need to have Mercurial installed before proceed. If you don't then it'll be installed as a dependency. So no
yum list tortoisehg <Check whether its available>
<Login as root>
yum install tortoisehg <Install>
Usage: You use hgtk to work with GUI mode.
Example: Simple repository init with it look like this:
You can use most of other commands similar to this. Go figure... :)