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This option is used when composing installation trees and has no effect on the installation process itself. It tells the compose tools to not look at the package group information when mirroring trees so as to avoid mirroring large amounts of unnecessary data.
Specify an HTTP/HTTPS/FTP proxy to use while performing the install. The various parts of the argument act like you would expect. The syntax is:
For a tree on a HTTPS server do not check the server’s certificate with what well-known CA validate and do not check the server’s host name matches the certificate’s domain name.
Automatically creates partitions: a root (`/`) partition (1 GB or larger), a `swap` partition, and an appropriate `/boot` partition for the architecture. On large enough drives (50{nbsp}GB and larger), this also creates a `/home` partition.
The [command]#autopart# option cannot be used together with the [command]#part/partition#, [command]#raid#, [command]#logvol#, or [command]#volgroup# options in the same Kickstart file.
[option]#--type=#
The created partitioning scheme will follow the recommended scheme described at xref:install/Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-manual-partitioning-recommended[Recommended Partitioning Scheme].
[option]#--encrypted#
Encrypts all partitions. This is equivalent to checking the `Encrypt partitions` check box on the initial partitioning screen during a manual graphical installation.
[option]#--passphrase=#
Stores data encryption keys of all encrypted volumes as files in `/root`, encrypted using the X.509 certificate from the URL specified with _URL_of_X.509_certificate_. The keys are stored as a separate file for each encrypted volume. This option is only meaningful if [option]#--encrypted# is specified.
Adds a randomly-generated passphrase to each encrypted volume. Store these passphrases in separate files in `/root`, encrypted using the X.509 certificate specified with [option]#--escrowcert#. This option is only meaningful if [option]#--escrowcert# is specified.
Specifies which type of encryption will be used if the [application]*Anaconda* default `aes-xts-plain64` is not satisfactory. You must use this option together with the [option]#--encrypted# option; by itself it has no effect. Available types of encryption are listed in the [citetitle]_Fedora Security Guide_, available at link:++https://docs.fedoraproject.org/++[]. Using either `aes-xts-plain64` or `aes-cbc-essiv:sha256` is strongly recommended.
Sets Password-Based Key Derivation Function (PBKDF) algorithm for the LUKS keyslot. Only relevant if [option]#--encrypted# is also specified. See the `cryptsetup(8)` man page for more information.
Sets the memory cost for PBKDF. Only relevant if [option]#--encrypted# is also specified. See the `cryptsetup(8)` man page for more information.
Sets the number of milliseconds to spend with PBKDF passphrase processing. Only relevant if [option]#--encrypted# is also specified. See information about the [option]#--iter-time# option in the `cryptsetup(8)` man page for more information.
Only one of [option]#--pbkdf-time=# or [option]#--pbkdf-iterations=# can be specified at the same time.
Sets the number of iterations for passphrase processing directly, and avoids PBKDF benchmark. Only relevant if [option]#--encrypted# is also specified. See information about the [option]#--pbkdf-force-iterations# option in the `cryptsetup(8)` man page for more information.
You should always use a password to protect your boot loader. An unprotected boot loader can allow a potential attacker to modify the system's boot options and gain unauthorized access to the system.
Some systems require a special partition for installing the boot loader. The type and size of this partition depends on whether the disk you are installing the boot loader to uses the _Master Boot Record_ (MBR) or a _GUID Partition Table_ (GPT) schema. For more information, see xref:install/Installing_Using_Anaconda.adoc#sect-installation-gui-storage-partitioning-bootloader[Boot Loader Installation].