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Linux – How to install centOS, PXE centOS, Network centOS

Installation:

1. CD ROM – you can take 1of6.iso file (later you can use yum to install rest)

or

2. Making a DVD ( making a DVD whill show sometimes this error)

Unable to find boot image: linux
boot:

Note: i just saw kind of bug with few BIOS and SYSTEMS (in my case TravelMate 290 laptop didnt worked)

or

3. PXE Boot

What i need?

a. TFTP (non secure ftp server)

b. DHCP server (basic)

or

b. DHCP server (advanced)

If you own a Router which can handle the dd-wrt firmware you don’t have to disable the dhcp service in the router. Just open the ‘Administration’->’Services’ tab and enable ‘DNSMasq’ and in the ‘Additional DNS Options’ input field enter ‘dhcp-boot=pxelinux.0,tfptd-hostname,tftpd-ip‘. Replace tfptd-hostname with the hostname of your tftpd machine and tftpd-ip with the ip-address of you tfptd. Thats all. Nice articel. Can’t wait until the next comes out, which handles the PXE and NFS-Root. 😉

c. centOS stored somewhere

Note: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/478

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