install linux using bootable disks

Posted on 2005-05-04
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
i have bootable disks of linux how do i install after that.?
Question by:manishfromuk
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    Accepted Solution

    Depends.  What version of linux?  What is the computer running now that you want to install Linux on?
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    Assisted Solution

    Just put the first disk into computer and reboot.
    LVL 9

    Assisted Solution

    And make sure your BIOS will attempt to boot from the CDROM.  Some systems require you to press a function key to get a boot menu.  On a Dell, I think it's F12.
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    Assisted Solution

    Here r the steps:

    1. Go to BIOS and set the CD-ROM as the first boot device.
    2. Insert the first disk and reboot.
    3. Follow the wizard and keep inserting other disks(if u have multiple disks) as and when required.

    Reboot and enjoy!!!


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