Rhel 6.0 Installation


Redhat 6.0
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (Santiago), 10 November 2010, uses Linux kernel 2.6.32-71

Features
Ext4 file system is introduced.
Xen is removed and kernel virtualization machine (KVM) is introduced.
Neat command is removed.
Portmap service is removed.
Iscsi is introduced, which supports for SAN.
Rpmbuild is available, which is used to create our own rpms.
File encyption is added.
Palimpsest is available for disk management.
Virtual machine will run only on 64bit processors.
Postfix service is recommended instead of sendmail service.

System Requirements
Processor Bit – i386
Process – AMD64/Intel64
IBM Power (64-bit)
RAM – 2GB
Disk Space – 6GB

64 Bit Beta ISO
http://ftp1.scientificlinux.org/linux/redhat/beta/6/beta1/x86_64/iso/RHEL6.0-20100414.0-AP-x86_64-DVD1.iso

64 Bit Torrent
http://torlock.com/tor/630602.torrent
https://monova.org/torrent/download/4154377

32 Bit Beta ISO
http://ftp1.scientificlinux.org/linux/redhat/beta/6/beta1/i386/iso/RHEL6.0-20100414.0-AP-i386-DVD1.iso

32 Bit Torrent:
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http://torlock.com/tor/630598.torrent
https://monova.org/torrent/download/4154369

Redhat 6.0 Installation
Installation of Redhat 6.0

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Click on Skip button

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Click on next button

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Choose your language

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Choose keyboard layout

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Select “Basic Storage” & Click on next

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Enter the Hostname for your server, select OK

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Configure Network

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Editing & configuring network

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Select Time Zone

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Choose root password

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Select “Use all space” & Click next

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Select “Basic Server” & Click on next

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Customize & Click on next

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Installation is process

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Installation is Completed

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