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Chapter 23. Installation Phase 3: Installing using anaconda

This chapter describes an installation using the graphical user interface of anaconda.

23.1. The Non-interactive Line-Mode Text Installation Program Output

If the cmdline option was specified as boot option in your parameter file (Refer to Section 26.6, “Parameters for kickstart installations”) or in your kickstart file (refer to Chapter 32, Kickstart Installations), anaconda starts with line-mode oriented text output. In this mode, all necessary information must be provided in the kickstart file. The installer will not allow user interaction and stops if there is unspecified installation information.

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