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This document provides a reference for using the Fedora installation software, known as anaconda. To learn more about anaconda, visit the project Web page:
Both anaconda and Fedora systems use a common set of software components. For detailed information on key technologies, refer to the Web sites listed below:
Boot Loader
Disk Partitioning
Fedora uses parted to partition disks. Refer to for more information.
Storage Management
Audio Support
Graphics System
Remote Displays
Command-line Interface
By default, Fedora uses the GNU bash shell to provide a command-line interface. The GNU Core Utilities complete the command-line environment. Refer to for more information on bash. To learn more about the GNU Core Utilities, refer to
Remote System Access
Access Control
Software Installation

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