Anaconda (installer)

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Anaconda installation summary screen in Fedora 19.png
Anaconda's installation screen for Fedora 19
Developer(s) Red Hat
Written in Python and C
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Installer
License GPL (Free software)

Anaconda is the installer for Red Hat Linux and Fedora. It is written in Python and C, with a graphical interface using GTK+ 3 and PyGObject and a text inetrface using python-newt. A kickstart file can be used to automatically configure the installation, allowing users to run it without much supervision.

Anaconda is used by RHEL, Fedora and a number of other projects, Anaconda offers a text-mode and GUI mode, so users can install on a wide range of systems.

Anacondas are lizard-eating boas, and the Caldera installation program was called "Lizard", hence this name was chosen.

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