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This section describes changes in the *Anaconda* installer.
Anaconda modularization effort
*Anaconda* is going through a large scale effort to modularize its internals. (Note that this effort is separate from the _Fedora_ modularization effort described in <<select-modularity>>.) The following changes have been made to *Anaconda*:
Modules have been added which are separate *Python* processes. They are connected to the main *Anaconda* process using *DBus*.
Most Kickstart commands are now processed on separate modules, and used in the UI in many places as backend data sources.
The modularization effort has no visible impact on the user experience. To read more about the installer internals, see the link:++https://rhinstaller.wordpress.com/++[installer team's blog].
Kickstart changes
The `authconfig` command has been deprecated by `authselect`.
Changes in boot options
New boot options:
`inst.stage2.all` - With this boot option, the stage 2 image will be fetched from HTTP, HTTPS and FTP locations which are specified using the `inst.stage2=` option sequentially in the order they are specified, until the image is successfully fetched. All other locations will be ignored.
`inst.ks.all` - With this boot option, the Kickstart file will be fetched from HTTP, HTTPS and FTP locations which are specified using the `inst.ks=` option sequentially in the order they are specified, until the file is successfully fetched. All other locations will be ignored.
`inst.xtimeout=` - Specifies a timeout period (in seconds) the installer will wait before starting the *X* server.
Reduced initial setup redundancy
When you install the _Workstation_ variant of Fedora 28 using the live image, you will now be prompted to create a user account by *GNOME Initial Setup* instead of Anaconda. Additionally, you will no longer be prompted to set a root password during the installation of Fedora Workstation using the live image. The `root` account will be disabled by default; you can enable it by setting a password for it using the `sudo passwd` command. If you do not reenable the `root` account, you can still perform any administrative tasks using `sudo` and your user password.
These changes have been made in order to reduce redundancy between **Anaconda**, **Initial Setup**, and **GNOME Initial Setup**, which could previously all ask you to perform the same setup tasks.
Miscellaneous changes
Former dependencies of the _anaconda_ package itself have been separated into the _anaconda-install-env-deps_ package.
The number of dependencies for *Initial Setup* has been massively decreased, which enables it to run on systems with a significantly lower amount of memory than before.
Anaconda now enables hibernation by default on AMD and Intel (x86) systems.