CentOS 5
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Install CentOS 5
2014/10/01
[1] Insert an installation DVD and restart Computer. Next, the following screen is shown, then Push Enter key.
[2] This is the section to check the installation DVD, Select to check or skip to proceed next.
[3] Click "Next" button to proceed.
[4] Select the language you'd like to use during the installation.
[5] Select the keyboard type you using.
[6] Click 'Yes' and proceed to next if it's no ploblem that all existing data on HD are lost.
[7] Change partition layouts. Click the checkbox 'Reviw and modify partitioning layout' and proceed next.
[8] Click 'Yes' if it's OK.
[9] This is the section for changing partition layouts. This example shows to configure LVM partition layouts (Set /boot, /. swap, /home on here) . First, select "/" and Click "Edit" button.
[10] Focus on / and click "Edit" button.
[11] Reduce the volume size for "/" to make free areas.
[12] Click "Add" button and input mount point, logical volume's name, size for /home.
[13] Click "Next" button if it's OK all.
[14] This is the bootloader section. Set configuration for boot loader if you need.
[15] It's the section to configure for networking. Click 'Edit' button to set config.
[16] Uncheck the IPv6 if you don't need to it. DHCP is unneccessary for server usage, so select "Manual configuration" and input your server's IP address in IPv4 section like below.
[17] Input your server's Hostname as [(any name you like).(domain name you got)]. And Input the Gateway's and nameserver's address for your local network like below.
[18] Set your timezone and go next.
[19] Set root password and go next.
[20] This is the section you select softwares you would like to install. It's not recommended to install many softwares first. Check a box 'Customize now' and go Next.
[21] Unckeck boxes first and Check a box 'Base' only and go Next.
[22] Click 'Next' to proceed.
[23] Wait for a moment. Installing is just being done.
[24] Installation has finished. Click the 'Reboot' button.
[25] The following screen is shown at initial booting. It's possible to configure about following sections. You can enter this configuration mode later with a command 'setup' If you skip this steps now.
[26] Booting CentOS has completed and login prompt is shown. Input 'root' as a username and push 'Enter' key, and next, Input password for root which you set during the installation.
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