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Added UTF8 support when installing in text mode. UTF8 support now works automatically.
Adds a header to outgoing `HTTP` requests. This header will contain the system's serial number, read from `/sys/class/dmi/id/product_serial`. The header has the following syntax:
Adds headers to outgoing `HTTP` requests with the MAC addresses of all network interfaces. For example:
Advanced Installation Options
a DVD (a physical disk present in the system's DVD drive)
`all` - disables saving of all Kickstart files and all installation logs.
`all_ks` - disables saving of both input and output Kickstart files.
Allowed you to debug the loader. Use [option]#rd.debug# instead.
Allows you to run the installation in single language mode - in other words, this option disables language selection for the installer and the installed system. If you also use the [option]#inst.lang=# option at the same time, the language you specify will be used. If you do not set the language, [application]*Anaconda* and the installed system will default to `en-US.UTF-8`.
an installable tree, which is a directory structure containing the installation program's images, packages and repodata as well as a valid `.treeinfo` file
an ISO image of the full {PRODUCT} installation DVD, placed on a hard drive or a network location accessible from the installation system
[application]*Memtest86+* only works on systems with BIOS firmware. Support for UEFI systems is currently unavailable.
Assigns a given interface name to a network device with a given MAC address. Can be used multiple times. The syntax is [option]#ifname=pass:attributes[{blank}]_interface_:pass:attributes[{blank}]_MAC_pass:attributes[{blank}]#. For example:
A system installed using `VNC` will start in text mode by default.
|Automatic configuration method|Value
|DHCP|`dhcp`
|IPv6 DHCP|`dhcp6`
|IPv6 automatic configuration|`auto6`
|iBFT (iSCSI Boot Firmware Table)|`ibft`
Automatic Interface Configuration Methods
Available Boot Options
Blacklists (completely disables) one or more drivers. Drivers (mods) disabled using this option will be prevented from loading when the installation starts, and after the installation finishes, the installed system will keep these settings. The blacklisted drivers can then be found in the `/etc/modprobe.d/` directory.
bond=bond0:em1,em2:mode=active-backup,tx_queues=32,downdelay=5000
Booting Your Computer in Rescue Mode