I'm new here.We just got a dedicated server from 1&1 which came with a 64-bit CentOS 5 minimal system install. Only later, we found out that it's partitioned in a strange way:... [by pwiskell]
on 07/29/2009 – Made popular on 07/29/2009
I'm trying to install odoo on a freshly installed minimal CentOS 7 system. Every set of instructions I can find seems to say how to do something unusual. I'm not needing any of that, I just want a standard install, no need to recompile from source, or obtain strange versions of other packages.
The procedure I've used so far is to run the following as root, but it doesn't work.
How to install a CentOS 7 minimal server
This document describes the installation of CentOS 7 Server with a basic minimal installation. The purpose of this guide is to provide a minimal setup that can be used as basis for our other tutoruials here at howtoforge
I did a minimal install of CentOS 6.3 and now want to add a GUI. I tried using yum to install a GUI, but it says it can't resolve mirror.centos.org. I tried to install networking packages but I get directory not found for /etc.
I am going to install CentOS on my system. I have two iso files.
How can I install it using bootable usb drive. I have installed ubuntu OS using bootable flash drives but it had only one iso file. I do not know how to install in this case because It has two iso files. I can not use dvd to install.
I have been using GParted and UNetBootin to install CentOS-6.5-x86_64-minimal.iso onto a flashdrive. I have partitioned the flashdrive as I have a seperate ISO installed on there. The other partition I want to have CentOS on has been partitioned for 2GB and has ext3 filetype.
Thanks TrevorH for your response. Apparently there is no way to correct this so I'm erasing the 2 partitions where CentOS 6 is installed and will try to install CentOS 6.2. Please close this t... [by gdawg]
I have install Centos 6.5 minimal and trying to connect my laptop to my wifi router.
I have seen many of tutorial saying iwconfig, iwlist command etc. I can't run any of those command. If i try to install wireless-tools it just say, can't install.
I am following the instructions from the CentOS website to manually install CentOS 7 (http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/ManualInstall) but the guide seems to have some quality issues. I've partitioned the storage fine and now onto setting up RPM. Unfortunately I am at a loss on how to do this. I am doing this on VMware Workstation 10 and the host OS is Ubuntu 14.04.