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The [application]*Anaconda* installer includes a range of boot options for administrators, which modify the default behavior of the installation program by enabling or disabling certain functions. To use one or more boot options, you either have to boot from installation media and append these options at the boot menu (see xref:install/Booting_the_Installation.adoc#sect-boot-menu[The Boot Menu]), or you must add them into your PXE server configuration file if you are booting from a network (see xref:advanced/Network_based_Installations.adoc#chap-pxe-server-setup[Setting Up an Installation Server]).
The exact way to specify custom boot options is differs based on your system's architecture, firmware and the method you use to boot the installation. If you are booting from local media, you can specify options in the boot menu, before you begin the installation; if you are booting from a network using a PXE server, you must add boot options into the boot loader configuration file before you boot the installation system. For specific instructions, see xref:install/Booting_the_Installation.adoc#sect-boot-menu[The Boot Menu] if you are booting from local media, and xref:advanced/Network_based_Installations.adoc#chap-pxe-server-setup[Setting Up an Installation Server] if you are booting from a server.
Sets the language to be used during the installation. Language codes are the same as the ones used in the [command]#lang# Kickstart command as described in xref:appendixes/Kickstart_Syntax_Reference.adoc#sect-kickstart-commands-lang[lang (optional) - Configure Language During Installation]. On systems where the [package]*system-config-language* package is installed, a list of valid values can also be find in `/usr/share/system-config-language/locale-list`.
Specifies the keyboard layout to be used by the installation program. Layout codes are the same as the ones used in the [command]#keyboard# Kickstart command as described in xref:appendixes/Kickstart_Syntax_Reference.adoc#appe-kickstart-syntax-reference[Kickstart Syntax Reference].
Starts the `sshd` service during the installation, which allows you to connect to the system during the installation using `SSH` and monitor its progress. For more information on `SSH`, see the `ssh(1)` man page and the corresponding chapter in the [citetitle]_{PRODUCT} System Administrator's Guide_, available at link:++https://docs.fedoraproject.org/++[].
During the installation, the `root` account has no password by default. You can set a root password to be used during the installation with the [command]#sshpw# Kickstart command as described in xref:appendixes/Kickstart_Syntax_Reference.adoc#sect-kickstart-commands-sshpw[sshpw (optional) - Restrict ssh Access During Installation].
Initial network initialization is handled by [application]*dracut*. This section only lists some of the more commonly used options; for a complete list, see the `dracut.cmdline(7)` man page. Additional information on networking is also available in the [citetitle]_{PRODUCT} Networking Guide_, available at link:++https://docs.fedoraproject.org/++[].
See xref:install/Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-manual-partitioning-recommended[Recommended Partitioning Scheme] for more information about GPT and MBR, and xref:appendixes/Disk_Partitions.adoc#sect-disk-partitioning-guid-partition-table[GUID Partition Table (GPT)] for more general information about GPT, MBR and disk partitioning in general.
Turns the [application]*Kdump* installer add-on `on` or `off` (the add-on is off by default). If you use [option]#inst.kdump_addon=on#, a new screen, which allows you to configure the [application]*Kdump* kernel crash dumping mechanism, will appear in the main menu of the graphical or text interface (see xref:install/Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-kdump[Kdump]). Enabling this add-on is also necessary to use the xref:appendixes/Kickstart_Syntax_Reference.adoc#sect-kickstart-commands-kdump[%addon com_redhat_kdump (optional) - Configure kdump] Kickstart command.
The following options are necessary to configure [application]*Anaconda* for remote graphical installation. See xref:advanced/VNC_Installations.adoc#chap-vnc-installations[Installing Using VNC] for more details.
Upgrades are done in a different way in current {PRODUCT} releases. For more information about upgrading your system, see xref:advanced/Upgrading_Your_Current_System.adoc#chap-upgrading[Upgrading Your Current System].
For more information about using [application]*Memtest86+*, see the official website at link:++https://www.memtest.org/++[]. A `README` file is also located in `/usr/share/doc/memtest86+-_version_pass:attributes[{blank}]/` on {PRODUCT} systems with the [package]*memtest86+* package installed.