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Any website for me to learn how to install RedHat Linux 6.0.  Any idea to install it from diskette because my system cant boot from CD.
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Huang Aun
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Well, the Redhat documentation seems like it would be a good place to start and it's at http://www.redhat.com/apps/support/. There's also the HowTo's that can be useful for specific topics at http://www.redhat.com/mirrors/LDP/HOWTO/
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Oh yeah, in this particular instance you'll need to make a boot floppy (rawwrite on a PC or dd on Unix/Linux) from the images/boot.img file on the CD. Use that to boot the installation program up with and then it'll load the OS from CD.
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