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  '''Anaconda''' is the codename of the Fedora Installer. This section outlines those issues that are related to '''Anaconda''' (the Fedora Core installation program) and installing Fedora Core [[GetVal(DocsDict,BeatsVer)]] in general.
  
- [[Admonition("note", "Downloading Large Files", "If you intend to download the Fedora Core 6 test 2 DVD ISO image, keep in mind that not all file downloading tools can accommodate files larger than 2GB in size. {{{wget}}} 1.9.1-16 and above, {{{curl}}} and {{{ncftpget}}} do not have this limitation, and can successfully download files larger than 2GB. '''BitTorrent''' is another method for downloading large files. For information about obtaining and using the torrent file, refer to http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/.";)]]
+ [[Admonition("note", "Downloading Large Files", "If you intend to download the Fedora Core 6 test 2 DVD ISO image, keep in mind that not all file downloading tools can accommodate files larger than 2GiB in size. {{{wget}}} 1.9.1-16 and above, {{{curl}}} and {{{ncftpget}}} do not have this limitation, and can successfully download files larger than 2GiB. '''BitTorrent''' is another method for downloading large files. For information about obtaining and using the torrent file, refer to http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/.";)]]
  
   * '''Anaconda''' tests the integrity of installation media by default. This function works with the CD, DVD, hard drive ISO, and NFS ISO installation methods. The Fedora Project recommends that you test all installation media before starting the installation process, and before reporting any installation-related bugs.  Many of the bugs reported are actually due to improperly-burned CDs.  To use this test, type {{{linux mediacheck}}} at the `boot:` prompt.
  


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