It is possible to replace the Fedora installation with CentOS and leave the Window installation in tact. I mention this only because of the use of "trash", "start over" and &q... [by azjp]
I am currently in a situation where I am trying to install CentOS 7, however when booting into the installation it get into this [CentOS "core"] environment which I am assuming is a minimal installation of some sort. Typing "startx" says the command is not found. :( ...Anyway, the USB media that I used to install was prepared using Unetbootin on Fedora 20.
Hi Guys, In a bit of a pickle.. Is anyone running the latest "Centos 5.9"
or earlier version with an Intel X79 based motherboard. I have a server
which needs the motherboard replacing asap and I have a spare "Sabertooth
I am trying to install Fedora/CentOS on a Fujitsu PRIMERGY TX100 S3 server. After the successful installation the linux doesn't boot. It halts on the screen darcut warning : No root device "block:/dev/disk/by-uuid/............"
Both the Centos and Fedora display same kind of error.
The system have 1TB*2=2TB harddisks and I have made Raid0.
I have previously installed versions of "ubuntu" and "mint". These installations to try the linux operating system before a full installation were accomplished without removing "windows." I believe they created a live type partition and can simply be uninstalled just as any other program. Is it possible to install "fedora" in this same manner?
Hi guys,i am trying to set up Vim as my C++ IDE since 2 days and no success so far.I have installed Vim pacman -Q vim
vim 7.3.661-1I have downloaded vim-latex and clang tar balls,extract and place appropriate directorys in ~/.vim e.g.