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[relnotes] [Fedora Project Wiki] Update of "Docs/Beats/Installer" by PaulWFrields



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God is in the details...

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  {{{linux ide=nodma
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- After you complete the {{{mediacheck}}} function, reboot to return DMA mode to its normal state.  On many systems this results in a faster installation process from disc.  You may skip the {{{mediacheck}}} option when rebooting.
+ After you complete the {{{mediacheck}}} function successfully, reboot to return DMA mode to its normal state.  On many systems this results in a faster installation process from disc.  You may skip the {{{mediacheck}}} option when rebooting.
  
  Use the {{{sha1sum}}} utility to verify discs before carrying out an installation. This test accurately identifies discs that are not valid or identical to the ISO image files.
  
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  == Changes in Anaconda ==
  
-  * '''Anaconda''' now features the ability to install packages from Fedora Extras or any custom `yum`-compatible software repository. Fedora
+  * '''Anaconda''' now features the ability to install packages from Fedora Extras or any custom `yum`-compatible software repository. Fedora Extras is available by default on interactive installs with network connectivity.
-    Extras is available by default on interactive installs with network connectivity.
  [[Admonition("note","Yum Repository Support","Only HTTP and FTP repositories are supported; repositories on CDs or NFS are not currently supported.")]]
   * You can now use the installer to generate a Live CD for Kadischi. Refer to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Kadischi/ for more details. 
-  * S'''Anaconda''' uses SquashFS to compress and store packages on images.
+  * '''Anaconda''' uses SquashFS to compress and store packages on images.
   * '''Anaconda''' now supports installation using IPv6.
   * '''Anaconda''' now supports installation from FireWire and USB storage devices.
   * '''Anaconda's''' backend, `yum`, has been updated to 2.9.x.


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