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    Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    On the first screen of anaconda clicking contiue seems to have no effect for about more than 60sec. There is no visible clue that the click was received and processed.

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    Re: Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    happens around 11:40:39,783
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    Re: Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    Anaconda is written in python. Python is interpreted and interpreted code runs more slowly than compiled C or C++.
    When you click to install, Anaconda scans all disks, memorizing partitions and free space. If you have several disks, as I do, it can take many minutes. ( 5 disks in 5 minutes or so). I just go for a coffee, once I I see it scanning the disks.

    Anaconda has room for improvement, but as it is not broken, just accept the design.
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    Re: Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    The design is awesome.

    I would be even better when a visible interaction would occur when a links was clicked and worked on. Currently there is no visible or audible clue that a click was received and worked on.

    Please improve the use interaction there.
    Thanks!
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    Re: Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    Quote Originally Posted by lsatenstein
    Anaconda is written in python. Python is interpreted and interpreted code runs more slowly than compiled C or C++.
    Blaming python for slow performance is not an excuse for poorly written software. Which developer made anaconda and does she hold a c/s degree?
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    Re: Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    Quote Originally Posted by theking2
    The design is awesome.

    I would be even better when a visible interaction would occur when a links was clicked and worked on. Currently there is no visible or audible clue that a click was received and worked on.

    Please improve the use interaction there.
    Thanks!
    There's no one here on the forum responsible for anaconda in an official capacity. This is just a user forum, you'd need to put in feedback to the anaconda developers directly. See: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda

    or specifically: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaco...rting_Problems
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    Re: Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    Quote Originally Posted by theking2
    Blaming python for slow performance is not an excuse for poorly written software. Which developer made anaconda and does she hold a c/s degree?
    There. Is a lot more than scanning the disks. Anaconda has to know what drivers or modules it has to include in your later download, it does take note of all swap files on your system, and it also stores the contents of each /etc/fstab

    For what it is worth, my favourite installer is the one used to install SUSE's Tumbleweed. Tumbleweed is the SUSE version of Fedora.
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    Re: Slow response (+2 min) in anaconda after clicking contiue

    ok, thanks
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