[CentOS] Newbie: how to install from Windows?
labakiturbo at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 19:01:45 UTC 2007
I just joined this mailing list a couple of minutes ago. I'll start to
use CentOS for academic purposes. We'll try to build a cluster
based in machines with this OS.
First of all, I'd like to beg you for patience, because I'm comple-
tly new in Linux.
My first question is: every tutorial on installation talks about
inserting an installation CD, but I'm not sure about what do it
means... I've downloaded the four files .iso availabe in CentOS.org,
but I don't know what to do with them. Should I burn this files
into de CD the way they are? Should I unzip them before this?
Details: I'm using Windows, trying to install CentOS 4 in a 32
bit's PC. I've downloaded CentOS-4.5-i386-bin.......iso.
Thank you for any help!
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Dept. of Computational Mechanics
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Campinas State University/SP - Brazil
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