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Old 06-28-2003, 03:22 PM   #1
TraCe66
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Question Redhat 9 Installation Help Wanted


Hello Freinds,
I am in a deep shit, I just downloaded the ISO files from the net and by mistake i burned the files on to the CD's as ISO file not Image. So i cant do CD installations.

The copy of the ISO image of Redhat 9 is in my D drive which is FAT32 and which i can access when i am using my Redhat 8.

Help me out how to install the lastest version 9 and i heard that you can use the ISO file if it is in the HD and install them as a ISO file. I am new the Linux and i need your valuable comments of how to solve this problem.

How to make a Installation Boot Disk (1.44FD). and after this how to install using the ISO file to Install Redhat 9.

Thanks a lot.
TraCe66

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