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After you have downloaded your RHEL 5 ISO file from an approved community, verify the file, and create a cd. If using something like roxio cd creator, they have a handy function called BURN DISC IMAGE. That is where you would insert the ISO file that you downloaded and it will create an automatic startup cd for you. Just make sure when you are booting the pc up you have it set in your CMOS MENU to check that cd before booting from hard drive

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Let me show some basic steps which will help you to install RHEL through server or Network

Before we start, i would like to point out some informations
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  • Due to limited hardware resources of my machine, i would proceed with TEXT MODE installation which is no different than the Graphical Mode.
So lets start.

I have a bootable CD of RHEL which i will need to start with. You can use any live CD or DVD of RH ( which support network installation ) to start the system. I inserted the Disc and set system to boot with it.

1. START THE SYSTEM TO BOOT FROM THE LIVE MEDIUM
If you successfully able to boot from the live CD / DVD, you probably will get a screen like this
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Type next to the boot: linux askmethod text and press

The option "askmethod" will set the installer (anaconda installer is default installer for RedHat) to ask us for which installing method should be used. RedHat Linux supports many installing methods like
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  • Hard Drive (installation files stored)

  • NFS Image (images stored in Network Filesystem Partition over a network)

  • FTP (Installation files stored on FTP Server)

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The option '" text " will tell installer to use TEXT MODE installation. If you prefer Graphical Mode installation, you can skip this option.

After pressing Enter Key, the anaconda installer will load necessary files and drivers to memory and start the second level of installer. You will see,

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2. SELECT LANGUAGE AND SET LOCATION BASED PREFERENCE
After essential drivers and files are loaded, installer will ask for installation language, keyboard etc.

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I select English as my installer's Language

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On this screen, Choose the layout of your keyboard. In Most cases, The Keyboard Layout is USA, so is mine. But if your layout is different, choose appropriate Keyboard Layout.
I Choose US

3. SELECT INSTALLATION METHOD
Since we start the installer with askmethod , installer will ask for the method of installation.

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I chose HTTP, since my RedHat Server is HTTP server.

4. CONFIGURE NETWORK
When we chose Network Based Installation, Installer will prompt for configuring the network.

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On this screen, Select what all IP technologies we want to be supported by the installer.

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Since we selected Installation over HTTP , we need to specify the server (Host name of server) which contains the binaries or installation files. And we needed to specify the location of the installation files in the server. Remember this location is relative to server and web accessible directory
ex.: in my case Server Hose name is LinuxServer and IP of server is 192.168.75.100.
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But the location should specify on this screen is /RH5/i386 NOT /home/nightflare/Test/RH5/i386 or 192.168.75.100/home/nightflare/Test/RH5/i386

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After entering the details necessary to find the installation images, it will try to get those files.
If everything went fine, then it will try to pull the files from server.

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If you see this screen, you can relax. System successfully found the installation files on server and retrieves it.


5. SET INSTALLATION

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Rest of Installation is just same as Installation by Local CD/DVD

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Just Skip this window. RHEL also comes in CDs which spans over many CDs each with a installation no. like DISC 1, DISC 2 ... etc. This is not our case, so we can skip it safely.

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This screen ask to confirm our option to Skip. Choose Skip

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Searches our system for any previous installations of RedHat

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If Any previous installations were found, installer will ask for whether to Upgrade the previous installation or we need to Reinstall. I choose to reinstall

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On next screen, we are requested to specify the partitioning. We can either accept the Proposed Partitioning or proceed with Custom Partitioning.
I Choose Custom Partitioning as it will provide more control over how the spaces are alloted ..etc.

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Since I go with Custom Partitioning, I can edit, create and even modify partitions according to my needs.
Remember, I'm working on a VMware. In real cases you may dealing with larger disks or able to set up LVM or RAIDs

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Select Whether Need a Boot Loader or not

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On This screen, we can choose have extra boot options or not. Booting options are like typing single will cause kernel to log in to single user mode rather than multiuser mode
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