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Old 02-22-2002, 12:04 AM   #1
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Oke, i'm realy quit mad now... no it's not because of you people.
I'm trying to install Red Hat Linux 7.2.

I downloaded the 2 enigma iso's for the x86 computers.
I made a bootble with the iso's and a iso-9690 cd-rom or something likle that.
Well i used Nero Burning Rom, but that didn;t work, and someone who i know told me that nero ain't realy good in making iso's so i used winon Cd and made an iso-cdrom. Guess what, that also did not work!!
I had a week vacation, but thanks to f*cking windows it was totaly spoiled. Windows just thought it would be nice to screw it's onw system files so i could not bootup in anyway. Well this is totaly NOT the first time so i realy had it with microshit!!
There's stuff on the HDD whci i worked more than 3 years on, a book i am writing and my own music, i don't want to lose it all again!! Yes, again.
Pleaze someone, sorry for the bad words, but i realy need help!!!

Could someone give me some detailed information how exactly to make cd-rom's or something like that from the 2 enigma files.
I don't know what actualy to ask, but something like, what CD-writing software should i use, what option do i have to choose for burning cd's. what files do i have to put besides the 2 enigma's on a cd, and do i have to put some of the files on the same cd's where the enigma-iso's are on??!!

Pleaze pleaze, if you 5think you know more than i ask, and you think it;s important, pleaze do tell!!

Thannks in advance It is I

Btw, i got a Msi 6167 motherbaord and an AMD Athlon K7 500 Mhz, 258 Mb memory A yamaha cd-writer and a seagate harddrive.
Oh and a last thing. Theere was a file which i had tp use to check if thge iso's where downloaded fully without any errors. There was some information about how to use the file on www.redhat.com, but i totaly do not get it. Pleaze, again, help me out.
 
Old 02-22-2002, 12:44 AM   #2
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The easiest I found is Easy CDCreator 5 from roxio, I bet you can get it for free if you do search the net, so if you have it just double-click iso files and it will automatically launch Easy CDCreator. There are also some tools like isobuster and like which unpack the iso images so you can burn the pure data.
 
Old 02-22-2002, 12:49 AM   #3
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wel... oke, thanks.. but....

oke thanlks i will have a look, but what about the other questions i akes, i'm still very far from knowing how to instal redhat 7.2
 
Old 02-22-2002, 01:23 AM   #4
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yippie, the first problem solved, i am downloading the full version for ' free' even zipped it's 104 MB!!
 
Old 02-22-2002, 11:28 PM   #5
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aaah darned

this is not going to work, all the ones i downloaded do not work and are many times the same. Does someone has some other suggestions??
 
Old 02-23-2002, 10:23 PM   #6
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Try making a boot floppy, the instructions will be on the cd, or on line at RedHat.
 
  


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