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I would like to know how this is done. I have downloaded both 650MB ISO files and I just wanna make sure I'm doing it right. I belive I'm just supposed to burn it to a CD-R as an ISO CD-ROM, but I wanna make sure.
I don't know if I'm missing some info in the postings under this thread, or if I just don't know how to use this forum yet. I can't seem to locate teh details on how to burn teh CD sfrom teh image and how to make it bootable. Can anyone help?
heh, no there's just no info on this thread.. cos ther'es not really a question to answer best place for info on burning iso's is probably at linuxiso.org. there's lots of specific information on how to use many windows burners...
Hi all if you have downloaded the Redhat 7.2 ISO's you can just rename them CD1.iso and CD2.iso and then make the Redhat install boot disk and choose HardDrive install. Making sure the ISO's are in the root of your C: drive.
This method work great for me as i didn't have a bootable CD to use.