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I downloaded cd iso images cd1, cd2, and cd3 from the ftp site for redhat linux. so now I need help on making boot disc and such... if someone can set me up with how to create boot disc I think I may be able to carry myself thru the instal.
ok ok ok, i got the boot disc working fine. np with that baby, it loads into the redhat linux 9 boot screen everytime. but when i put the disc in and hit install from local cd-rom....NOPE it says no cd.
and i know im pointing it to the correct cd rom drive because it flashes as in trying to access it. so can someone please help me burn these darn iso's. thanks in advance.
ok its me once agian, hopfully for the last time in asking for help in the installation.....
ok, the boot disks work. so does the iso images i burnt onto blanks..... but now when it goes thru ddc check I believe it hangs up after the last line "Detected 2 Ports" and I try to press numerious buttons to bypass it but it doesnt work.
even when I use linux skipddc command it stills goes thru it...and i mean Im at the point where NOW it is personal Redhat...*waves fist* I will install this sucker on my pc. lol
i have bypassed it several times but dont remember the keys i pushed to do so.... so does anyone know how I can bypass the usb check ??? please someone help me, im really on the brank of killing my box.