Based on what anaconda says, I think it does use NM itself, even though you would not install it to the system. Obviously the anaconda GUI should be able to configure NM for the install, and in pr... [by jlehtone]
This short article shows how to install Anaconda 1.9 in Ubuntu 13.10.
No, it’s not that Anaconda.
This Anaconda is a free Python package for large-scale data processing, predictive analytics, and scientific computing. It is developed by Continuum Analytics, and is completely free to download and use.
The latest version is Anaconda 1.9.
I installed F18 x64 to a pre-existing partition on my computer yesterday. For the most part, the newly redesigned Anaconda was fine and straightforward to use. The part that confused the heck out of me -- and almost made me give up -- was Anaconda's manual partitioning screen.
I'm trying to install F19-beta from live iso (tried dvd and USB key) but Anaconda hangs.
I'm using the desktop install icon. It results in no activity on the screen, no error messages, nothing. The desktop does not freeze... so I look at the system monitor, it shows anaconda cranking away, using 50% of my CPU power, 54MB mem, but nothing changes.
I'm migrating from an openSUSE (12.x) CLI home office server to CentOS 6.3.
I can install the CLI CentOS 6.3 fine, but then how do I connect that to my home wifi?
There is a "Configure network" button during the anaconda graphical install, and it has options for wifi, but even setting the wifi here results in no connection when the install finishes and I log into the CLI.