You can use the function key options in the boot screen to change installation settings as desired.
F1: Lets you access the context-sensitive help for the currently active screen element of the boot screen.
F2: Lets you select the display language for the installation. However. the Linux Access Gateway supports only the English language.
F3: Lets you select different graphical display modes for the installation. Also included is an entry to select the text mode. Use this mode if there are issues with the installation in the graphical mode.
F4: Lets you choose the installation media if you want to use a different source, such as HTTP or NFS, instead of the installation disk. You are prompted to specify the details of the server and the network settings.
If you are using HTTP for installation and are prompted to specify the location of the control files, select http://<serveraddress>/<directory_name>/control_files/.
Only HTTP and NFS mode of installation are supported by the Access Gateway Appliance.
F5: Lets you select whether to install the Access Gateway Appliance with the> , , or with options.
F6: Lets you communicate to your system that you have an optional disk with a driver update. At the prompt, insert the update disk. A few seconds after starting the installation, a minimal Linux system is loaded to run the installation procedure.