You need to partition your windows hard drive with a program for windows such as partition magic, clear around 3-10 gigs or so. Then, once you clear the space for it, pop disk one of the SuSe pack in and reboot you computer, the computer should boot off of the cd and take you into an interactive setup, the setup program will walk you through the rest of the way.
Not as simple as telling you how to install Linux as that.
Is your hardware supported by Linux? (Should be but always nice to check it out first)
Did you download this or buy it? If you bought it they come with instructions. If you downloaded it you can get instructions from the web.
Have you ever installed Linux or played with Linux before?
Depending on the answer for the above question. If yes, Well do you want to dual boot? partition a HDD? Do you know how to configure the lilo? Is it to be a single boot?
I'm not saying you wasted your time asking the question or that Linux is so hard to use, it's easy and nice when you know how. Also fun
We need more details with your question though to help and give the best answer for you. Like do you want help installing Linux from scratch? Or are you just having some problems at some stage of the install? Hardware Specs may be needed to help solve the question.
i have two hard drives.I installed on hdb1 (second hd) and installed lilo onto hdb. I then installed a boot loader ( OSL2000 boot loader)and setup my bios to boot from hdb (second hd) first and hda second.It should work then !
I ssh to a remote server which is running in SUSE. And I want to install apache2.0 there. Then I used yast2 to install it. But after installing it, I go to the terminal and type" apache -version" to check if apache is installed there. And it said "-bash: apache: command not found"
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There are two systems:
(1) HP server under RedHat Linux with CD drive.
(2) Notebook under Windows Vista with DVD drive.
Now I want to install Suse Linux on the HP server, but the installation media is a DVD. How can I do it?
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Hello, I bought a second pc to install Suse 10.1 on. It came with Xp pro installed on it. I downloaded Suse 10.1, burned 5 CD's, changed bios to boot from the cdrom, restart the pc & Xp loads.
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I've made a few attempts at an OpenSuse10.1 clean install using a boot.iso and network repository install dir.
I've succesfully done a few network installs before and know what I'm doing with the procedure, however I seem to be getting problems with the connection to the remote repository. It's... (0 Replies)