I am installing RedHat Linux 9.0 in my Computer for the first time. Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP 2 is already installed on this PC. I will not made it dual boot.
In the first screen of installation, the installation process detects no hard disk drive attached. It states that "No hard drives have been found. You probably need to manually choose device drives for the installation to succeed. Would you like to select drivers now ?
And it gives the options for YES and NO.
When I press YES, it provides a dialog box stating that "The following devices have been found on your system.
And it gives the options for Done and Add Devices.
When I press Add Devices, it lists some devices but I don't find the device name for my hard disk : MAXTOR STM380211AS
And it states that if the device is not in the list and you have the device driver, Press F2 to add the device driver.
I don't have any device driver for my MAXTOR STM380211AS HDD. I don't have any CD accept the motherboard CD that came with the computer.
Now, my question is how can I find out the device driver for my Hard Disk MAXTOR STM380211AS ? Can I find it in the currently running operating system files ? and If I get it, Which files do I need to place in floppy disk so that Linux Installation will detect them from dev\fdd ?
Please note that HDD is connected and it is detected by the Window XP Operating System.
Q-"... can I understand and configure these new recently released OS without previous knowledge of Redhat Linux 8.0 or 9.0 ?"
A- Absolutely, yes , you can install CentOS 5.01 without having any experience
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