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Network Definition / Selection, wired or wireless
In this screen you can choose if you want to use a wired or wireless network connection during installation. The network connection will be used to determine location, and possibly to fetch updates during installation. Of course it is possible to make the installation without a network connection, if you don't have wired and don't want to bother with wireless at this point.
The Installation "Dispatcher"
This is anaconda's central dispatcher.
After getting through the two preliminary screens, the rest of the installation is a "star" or "hub and spoke" process, from this screen you go off to various other steps as necessary, always returning here until everything has been defined, anaconda is satisfied, and you are ready to click 'Begin Installation'.
The screen shown above is from the Live ISO image; if you are installing from the DVD image, there will be more options in this screen, for example to select other software and desktops to install.
Note that the current values for each of the options is displayed (TZ America/New York and KB English), there is a warning both beside the Storage option and at the bottom of the window, indicating that the input is mandatory and has not yet been made, and the 'Begin Installation' button is not yet active.
Here I have gone to Date & Time, where I can select the correct location or timezone, and manually set the system time and date, or turn on NTP for network time control. You can select the location either by clicking on the map, or from the drop-down lists for region and city. When this screen is finished, I clicked 'Done' to return to the hub.