In order to install CentOS natively, we'll need an installer. In this video, learn how to create such an installer on Linux, and explore creating the installer on macOS and Windows.
- To install CentOS on a physical machine, … rather than on a virtual machine, … we'll need to have an installer available … to start that physical machine up from. … Here on my Linux system, … I can create that installer … to use on my other system. … (keys clicking) … I have the ISO image downloaded from the CentOS website. … So, if you haven't done that, … and you want to make an installer, … take a few minutes to make sure that that's done. … I've plugged in a USB drive. … And to create the installer, … I'll replace everything that's on that drive … with the installer information. … To do that, I need to get the name of the USB device. … I'll find that using LS block. … (keys clicking) … And here it is. … SDB, a sixteen gig volume. … Be sure to check the name on your system … so you don't accidentally overwrite the information … on another disk. … This is one of those times that it's good … to double and triple check … that you're using the right device. … I'll make sure that any partitions …
- What is CentOS?
- Installing CentOS
- Configuring networking manually
- Configuring the network with NetworkManager
- Connecting remotely
- Working with security-enhanced Linux (SELinux)
- Setting up a firewall
- Setting up a web server
- Sharing user home folders with Samba
- Setting up a desktop environment
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Basic Administration
3. Working with Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
4. Working with Common Services and Applications
5. Using a Desktop
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