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> Redhat Linux 9, Installation issues
post Aug 28 2003, 10:05 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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my specs
120 gb (60gb for win xp pro and 60gb unformatted)
AMD 2800
1gb RAM
ATI 9800pro (128mb)
Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro (Nforce 2)
using onboard sound

im running win xp pro

things iv done:
1) downloaded all 6 RedHat Linux 9 images of the redhat ftp site
2) iv created a boot disk (using the installation guide on

i havent burnt the iso images to cd because i dont know what form to burn them i.e should i unpak them using winrar?, copy them directly to cd?

what do i do after that?
please help ASAP. (by the way i am completely new to linux)
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post Aug 28 2003, 10:49 AM
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you downloaded .iso images which all you do

depending on what burning software you using
you need to select burn cd rom disk image in one of you
menus at the top of your application your using...
or better yet...when i burn an iso...i just double click
on the iso and its asks a few questions and starts burning
the iso to the cd...


Chris W.
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post Aug 28 2003, 11:13 AM
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I know nero can burn ISOs. There is also another program out there called WinISO thats great for making and burning ISO files. Its shareware I think. Just google for it.
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post Aug 28 2003, 08:55 PM
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nero and Easy CD Creator both burn .iso files as images ... so open either of these programs and get out of the wizard ... then select the File menu option and Burn Image ... point to the ISO file and you should be able to burn fairly easily.

You only need the first 3 cd's ... 4,5,6 are source RPM's

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