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Anaconda changes
This section covers changes in the [application]*Anaconda* installer, including changes in the graphical and text mode interactive installers, Kickstart, and installer boot options.
General changes
On Fedora Workstation, the default partitioning scheme has been changed to Btrfs. See xref:sysadmin/Distribution.adoc#btrfs-by-default[Distribution-wide Changes] for more information.
The installer now runs `zram-generator` instead of its own implementation of the zRAM service. The `inst.zram` boot option is now deprecated. This change is related to the xref:sysadmin/Distribution.adoc#zram-swap[zRAM swap] feature.
The graphical installer will now show a warning message if you input an invalid partition/volume/subvolume size in custom partitioning.
`/boot` can now be on a Btrfs volume.
The installer now checks whether existing partitions are mounted. Previously, only newly created partitions were checked.
In the Software Selection screen, lines in labels are now automatically broken in order to prevent the screen becoming wider than the display.
You can now drag and resize the custom storage summary dialog in the GUI.
The installer now uses the keyfile format instead of `ifcfg` to store network configuration passed through the UI or boot options. Kickstart-specified network options are still currently saved in `ifcfg`.
You can now select the LUKS version of an encrypted container in the Manual Partitioning screen.
Georgian translations now work correctly on the Welcome screen.
The Welcome screen now displays the title of a detected existing Linux installation correctly when you change the language.
The installer now displays the correct error message when no Linux partitions are detected in rescue mode.
The `default_partitioning` configuration option in the `Storage` section now accepts a list of mount points and their attributes. See the link:https://anaconda-installer.readthedocs.io/en/latest/configuration-files.html[upstream documentation] for details.
Anaconda now displays a warning if you use an Anaconda-specific boot option without the `inst.` prefix. In the next release (Fedora 34), support for using these options without a prefix will be removed completely.
The `inst.ks=bd:...` boot option has been removed. This option was implemented as a placeholder for future implementation which was never finished.
When Anaconda attempts to load a kernel module which is missing but not required for the installation, it now prints `anaconda-modprobe: Module <name> not found` instead of the old error message of `modprobe: FATAL: Module floppy not found in directory /lib/modules/...` in order to prevent confusion.