Chapter 12. Installing on IBM System i and IBM System p systems

Chapter 12. Installing on IBM System i and IBM System p systems

12.1. The Graphical Installation Program User Interface
12.2. Booting the IBM System i or IBM System p Installation Program
12.3. A Note about Linux Virtual Consoles
12.4. Using the HMC vterm
12.5. The Text Mode Installation Program User Interface
12.5.1. Using the Keyboard to Navigate
12.6. Beginning Installation
12.6.1. Installing from DVD/CD-ROM
12.7. Installing from a Hard Drive
12.8. Performing a Network Installation
12.9. Installing via NFS
12.10. Installing via FTP
12.11. Installing via HTTP
12.12. Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
12.13. Language Selection
12.14. Keyboard Configuration
12.15. Enter the Installation Number
12.16. Disk Partitioning Setup
12.17. Advanced Storage Options
12.18. Create Default Layout
12.19. Partitioning Your System
12.19.1. Graphical Display of Hard Drive(s)
12.19.2. Disk Druid's Buttons
12.19.3. Partition Fields
12.19.4. Recommended Partitioning Scheme
12.19.5. Adding Partitions
12.19.6. Editing Partitions
12.20. Network Configuration
12.21. Time Zone Configuration
12.22. Set Root Password
12.23. Package Group Selection
12.24. Preparing to Install
12.24.1. Prepare to Install
12.25. Installing Packages
12.26. Installation Complete

This chapter explains how to perform a Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation from the DVD/CD-ROM, using the graphical, mouse-based installation program. The following topics are discussed:


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