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Old 05-05-2004, 09:42 PM   #16
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it will be easier if u burned them to cds (using the option in nero "Disc image")or if u want to install from the hard disk then check this site out :

NOTE: if ur d: is NTFS then u cant install it using ur hard disk and u will to either burn them or put them in a fat32 partition
Old 05-06-2004, 02:12 PM   #17
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The iso files are supposed to be recorded to cd's. These iso files are the exact match of the original cd's from where the images were taken, you see? If you burn a cd with them, you have an install cd identical to the original.

Like this:

If you have Nero+win, just doube click the iso file, and win should open Nero asking if you wanna burn the iso to a cd. You can accept this. If doubleclicking won't open Nero, you just open it manually and choose (somewhere) "Burn Image", then, .iso files. If you have any other burning program, just look for the "Burn Image" option.

The first redhat cd is bootable, so that you can use to start the installing process. It's lots faster. Burn the three, then restart the machine with the first one in the drive.

The installation is very easy, in an interview style. Hope you have a smooth experience!

Post again, if you wish!

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