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The [option]`inst.waitfornet=` boot option is now available. Use it to force the installer to wait for network connectivity before starting the installer interface for a specified number of seconds - for example, [option]`inst.waitfornet=30` to wait 30 seconds.
A new option named [option]`inst.ksstrict` is available. You can use it during a Kickstart-based installation to treat Kickstart warnings and error, meaning they will be printed on the output and the installation will terminate. Without specifying this option, warnings are printed to the log and the installation proceeds.
Other Anaconda Changes
Driver Update Disks can now be loaded from local disk devices.
`Installclass` can now modify rules for storage checks and their constraints.
ARM Support in Fedora Media Writer
Fedora Media Writer has gained the ability to write ARM images to SD cards and other portable media. Users, including those on Windows and macOS as well as on Fedora, will now be able to write Fedora images easily for Raspberry Pi 2 and above and for other supported ARM devices. Please note that this applies only for ARM devices where there are no changes or tweaks that need to be done to the Fedora image.
More information about this latest release of Fedora Media Writer can be found in the link:++https://github.com/MartinBriza/MediaWriter/releases/tag/4.1.0++[FMW 4.1.0 Release Notes].
DNF Rebased to 2.0
[application]*DNF*, Fedora's package manager, has been rebased to version 2.0, which brings many bugfixes and improvements over [application]*DNF 1.x*, as well as changes required to fix incompatibilities with [application]*Yum*, the predecessor of DNF. This required the introduction of certain incompatibilities between DNF 2.0 and DNF 1.x. See link:++http://dnf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/dnf-1_vs_dnf-2.html++[Changes in DNF-2 compared to DNF-1] for details.
DNF 2.0 provides usability improvements, including better messages during resolution errors, showing whether a package was installed as a weak dependency, better handling of obsolete packages, fewer tracebacks, and others.