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Old 03-26-2011, 04:58 PM   #1
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How to Install Red Hat Linux on VMWare


IS there a secret to install Red Hat 5.6 on WMWare Workstantion?

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What kind of problems are you running into?
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1. Download Redhat as an .iso (for example - there are many other options)
2. Create a new VM in VMWare Workstation. Declare type= "Redhat".
3. Set up your disk, CPU, RAM, etc for the new VM.
4. Assign the CD-ROM to your Redhat .iso
5. Start the VM.
You might have to hit "esc" to make the VM boot from your "cd-rom"
6. Install Redhat.
7. Voila! Done.


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