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how to start install LINUX version 7.2?

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i am the beginner LINUX user, can anyone teach me how to start and how to install LINUX version 7.2. pls send some link or acticle to me, thank a alot...


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It all depends on what distribution you are using.  The big name general user versions have semi-automatic installation apps.  Others expect you to know what you are doing.
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There is no such thing as Linux 7.2.

Are you trying to install Redhat 7.2 or Suse 7.2?

Redhat's installation procedure is quite simple, just boot from the CD and follow the instructions.

Suse's YAST is a little bit more complex but not more complex than installing any Windows operating system.

If you are installing one of these onto a clean PC (i.e., without any existing operating system), you will not have any problems unless you have some fancy hardware.

If you bought the packages, you are entitled to get free installation support with both packages.
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