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    Installing Linux Red Hat Advance Server 3.0 64-bit CD

    Note

    Depending on the type of installation you are doing—Serial, GUI, by CD or

    Linux Enablement Kit—OK, Next, and Enter are interchangeable.

    1. At the EFI Boot Manager insert the Linux Red Hat Advance Server 3.0 64-bit

    CD Disk 1 into the DVD drive. Select EFI Shell and press the Enter key.
    2. At the Shell> prompt, locate the file system fs(x): where (x) is the file system

    where the Red Hat CD-ROM is located.

    Shell> fs0:
    3. You can invoke the Red Hat Linux installer (Anaconda) in character mode

    from the serial console (VT100+). This is done as follows when elilo is

    started from the EFI:

    fs0:\> elilo linux text console=ttyS0


    Note

    The console device file may vary depending on the system and port used.

    In this mode, use the up and down arrow keys to move within a selection

    group, and the tab key to move between groups or between buttons. You

    make a selection by using the arrow keys to highlight the desired item, then

    tabbing to the button needed. If there is only one set of selections, press Enter

    to invoke the default button directly from the selection.

    For the GUI-based installation, start the Linux boot loader:

    fs0:\> elilo

    For this installation use the following:

    fs0:\> elilo linux text console=ttyS0
    4. When the Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux screen appears, press the tab

    key to skip media test, then press the Enter key.


    5. When the next welcome screen appears, select OK or Next, then press the

    Enter key.


    6. At the welcome screen, select the following:

    • Language — Press tab to select the language, then press the Enter key

    or click Next.

    • Mouse type — Press tab to select the mouse type, then press the Enter

    key or click Next.
    7. The disk partitioning setup appears next with two choices:

    • Autopartition

    Disk Druid

    If the message “Unable to align partition” appears, it is safe to click Ignore.

    Autopartition mode always uses the entire disk, so some partitions may be

    larger than needed. Edit them. If you have other operating systems installed,

    or if you intend to install other operating systems, be careful while

    partitioning. The default in Automatic mode is to use all disks, and to remove

    all Linux partitions on the system.

    The first partition on the disk must be a vfat partition of sufficient size

    (~100MB per operating system installed). Making the mount point of a vfat

    partition /boot/efi causes it to be placed at the start of the disk.

    The Disk Druid tool is used to create partitions.

    • The partitions are specified by:

    􀂊 Size in megabytes

    􀂊 Mount point

    􀂊 File system type (ext2, ext3, swap, FAT)

    • If a FAT partition is mounted at /boot/efi, it will be placed at the start of

    the disk to be the boot partition.

    • None of the partitions are created until the entire layout is accepted.

    Select autopartition, then press the Enter key or click Next.
    8. When the automatic partitioning window appears, use the tab, arrow and

    space keys to make the following selections:

    a. Keep all partitions and use existing free space.

    b. Select only sdb as the drive to install by removing the * on all other

    drives.

    c. Press the tab key to select OK and press the Enter key or click Next.


    9. When the partitioning window appears, press tab until you select OK, then

    press the Enter key or click Next.



    10. Configure the network settings. At a minimum, you should configure the IP

    address, netmask, hostname, and gateway.

    a. In the Network Configuration, you must go through the configuration

    screens for all interfaces (eth0 and eth1), not just the one you are using.

    You can, however, use the default settings for all others.

    b. When you set up the video card, you can set a flag to skip the “X

    Customization” — the setting of the screen resolution and color depth.


    11. If the Host Name configuration window appears (depending on the type of

    installation), press the tab key to select OK, then press the Enter key or click

    Next. If this step does not appear, go to the next step.
    12. Configure the Firewall/Security settings. If you are connected to the Internet

    directly, select Enable Firewall, press the tab key to select OK, then press

    the Enter key or click Next.
    13. Choose any additional languages you would like, press the tab key to select

    OK, then press the Enter key or click Next.

    14. The system clock on the Integrity server uses UTC, so check the Select Your

    Timezone box by pressing the spacebar. Then, press the tab key to select

    OK, then press the Enter key or click Next.


    15. Set the root user password, and if you want, add users that you want to have

    on the system. Type password, then confirm the password by typing

    password again. Press the tab key to select OK, then press the Enter key or

    click Next


    16. In the package group selection window, select or deselect individual

    packages by using the up or down arrow and spacebar to make selections.

    The serial interface to this section offers different groupings/choices, but the

    results are very similar.

    Press the spacebar to select Customize Software Selection.

    Press the tab key to select OK, then press the Enter key or click Next.

    In this window use the space bar to select the following options to install:

    - X Window

    - GNOME Desktop Environment

    - KDE Desktop Environment

    - Graphical Internet

    - Text-base Internet

    - Office/Productivity

    - Sound and Video

    - Graphics

    - Server Configuration Tools

    - Web Server

    - Network Servers

    - Administration Tools

    - Printing Support

    - Compatibility Arch Support

    Then tab to OK and press the Enter key to continue.


    17. In the “Installation to Begin” window, press the tab key to select OK, then

    press the Enter key or click Next.


    18. Then press OK to continue with the installation. It will take some time before

    you are prompted to insert disks 2, 3, and 4. Do so when prompted, then press

    the Enter key to continue or click Next.
    19. Choose the video card (if present) and the size of RAM installed on the video

    card.


    Press the tab key to select OK, then press the Enter key or click Next.

    Up to this point, nothing has been done to the disk. You can still go all the

    way back as far as you want to start over or make changes.
    Note

    Depending on the type of installation, this step may follow step 19

    20. If a monitor is present, choose the monitor type. Press the tab key to select

    OK, then press the Enter key or click Next.


    21. Choose color depth and screen resolution. Press the tab key to select OK,

    then press the Enter key or click Next.


    22. Press the tab key to select OK, then press the Enter key or click Next.

    After the system reboots, log on and set up the GUI environment if desired.



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