Here's my situation.
I have a pc with 2 drives, Solaris 9 loaded on 1, I plan to install RedHat 9 on the other drive.
I do not have linux experience, my knowledge is based on whatever I could find in this website or other forums and sites which gave rise to a lot more questions.
Can I just go ahead and install Linux on the other drive without screwing up my Solaris install ? Or does Linux needs to be installed first.
I plan to mount the linux drive on Solaris so I can use lxrun to run linux apps from Solaris.I read something about using ext2fs for mounting drives to Solaris but I didnt find any good documentation as to how to go about doing it.
I recently downloaded the free distribution or RedHat 9. Somewhere in "how-to" of the site I read that -
"ISO images are not saved to CD-ROM in the same way as regular data files" - do I need to do something before I burn the cds ?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.