Place your CD in your CDROM drive tray, let the installer boot up, follow the questions, answer as your needs require, and when you get to the part of installing a bootloader simply go with the default choices. 9 times out of 10, this works beautifully. Occasionally (due to choices made before this stage) there is a hiccup of sorts, but that's what the bootdisk creation section is for.
The screen you get to should look something like...:
(from this page: http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/l...rade-lilo.html
You might take a look at this to help guide you through the install:
And what was I thinking earlier, pardon me:
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