How to install a newer version of Fedora
I have installed a version that I had in an older textbook (last year)on a second hard drive, and it is OK. I can access all of the stuff in this version. The problem is that I am not successful in installing a newer version (Redhat Linux 7.3)in the same drive. This is a second hard drive that is only used for Linux. I have looked up how to kickstart. and when I tried, the floppy drive was not recognized. After going into the terminal window (under floppy) I couldn't get anywhere to try to mount the floppy. I was also logged in as the root user. From there I went into the "/etc/fstab" file and the floppy was titled " /dev/sdb / mnt/floppy". I also tried to look at the sdb file, but I was denied. I also tried to reboot the system using the newer version (7.3) with the hope that I could install from there, but nada. Thank you in advance for any advise.