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Thanks! Now I have to find a post on how to
thats really easy. Just burn the cd's and leave the space you want for linux in your hard disk unallocated. Boot using the first cd. Let the installation automatically partition your unallocated space. Installing Red Hat is really easy
A disk Images is an 1 by 1 image of a disc.
When you burn them, u should see a file system in the disk( a lot of files and directories).
If you burn them like files u just see a .iso file in the cd.
If you did that, u just wasted 3 bank CD's.
(1 euro is not that much).
Maybe it's my fault. I should be more specific.
I''m using ISO images for 3-4 years and I thought everybody
knew the difference by now