i downloaded centos 6 installation dvd...and installed it on both the vm and an old server i had.why would the results of the install be different...booting from the same dvd...this is what i... [by j0n1n]
on 08/18/2012 – Made popular on 08/18/2012
Apologies first of all. I'm a newbie, and I'm sure it will be obvious there are many things I don't understand.
I'd like to install both Ubuntu and CentOS on a new machine. Ubuntu is what I am used to and comfortable with (and what is currently connecting to the network in an unproblematic way), but for some software/work reasons I'd like the option of booting into CentOS.
Firstly, I want to say hello to all of you guys. My first post here... I have issue with CentOS and I hope that there is someone who can help or even explain what could cause this kind of situation.
I have installed CentOS 5.7 x86_64 into Hyper-V (Windows Server 2012 R2) environment. After installation, I have installed LIS 3.4, configured CentOS and everything was working perfectly.
I am new to server management. I have a centOS (6.4 final) dedicated server which is mainly for hosting websites/web-apps/web-services. I now have to install netExtender VPN client on my server to use another company's private network. They have given us a netExtender client for Linux and the credentials to connect to it.
I've been trying several combinations of OSX, CentOS to try and get CentOS
installed on an old iMac. I finally first installed OS X, then installed
CentOS in the open space after OS X. With refit installed and selecting
CentOS, it starts booting but get a screen that a boot device can't e
found. So I then install Xubuntu with the option to replace OS X.
im a student.im so new to linux.i dont know any thing about centos 6.3.x86_64
i had been installed centos 6.3 x86_64 recently.but during the installation i did not get trouble.
after that the gui of os is not appearing.i had tried 'startx' command.but -bash error is appeared.
will you please to help to get through..
1.how to install gui after the installation been completed.