[SOLVED] installed rhel wrong, boots to red screen instead of cli
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installed rhel wrong, boots to red screen instead of cli
I just installed rhel for the first time, I thought I unchecked all the gui's when I used the graphical installer, but when it boots, it boots to a red login screen. I wanted it to be gui free, cli only. What did I do wrong? How can I fix it?
Its also says memory for crash kernal 0x0 and 0x0 notwithin permissible range and sda asking for cache data failed AND sda assuming drive cache write through, right before it gets to the red login screen. boy i really didn't do this right :'(
I see the Crash Kernel one alot on CentOS too when it has GUI, I believe it's to do with memory dumping. Basically you haven't assigned an area for it to dump memory to, it's an informatative message only and isn't anything to really worry about.