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10.4.2. How Does It Work?

Fedora's Anaconda installer is written in Python and uses a library called the Red Hat Python Library, or rhpl . Before commencing the installation process, Anaconda must load the data structures that control the installation. These data structures can be filled with data from user input or from the Kickstart file.


10.4.1.1. Using a Kickstart file | Fedora Linux | 10.4.3.1. ...creating a Kickstart file using a graphical tool?