Re: How to burn the RED HAT ? I have the working RED HAT Installation CD
- From: General Schvantzkoph <schvantzkoph@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 20 Dec 2006 16:33:53 GMT
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006 21:10:24 -0800, Subra wrote:
Ya even I have the Fedora Core 6 installation cd. Can you please let me
know the procedure what I need to follow to create a back up of my
Yves Bellefeuille wrote:
On Tue, 19 Dec 2006, Subra wrote:
I have copied the all the 3 discs of the RED HAT 9 into my hard disk.
I am running Windows ME and Nero 6.3.
Now how shoud I go ahead and make the new set of installation cds ?
Red Hat 9 was released in 2003. You should delete what you have and start
over with Fedora Core 6, http://fedora.redhat.com/download/mirrors.html ,
or with CentOS (which is essentially the same as Red Hat Enterprise
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You will need a Windows program that can burn an ISO. I assume Nero can do
that. After you've burned the CDs you'll need some free partitions to
install Linux on. If you have Partition Magic on your Windows system you
can use that to shrink your Windows partitions so that you'll have room
for Linux. Some Linux distributions have the ability to shrink a Windows
partition as part of their installer, Fedora isn't one of them. Mandriva
can resize a partition and I think Ubuntu can. However a better way to go
would be to put another disk into your system and use that for Linux. A
new disk will cost you less than a copy of Partition Magic.
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