In this video Grant walks step by step through the process of downloading the Full CentOS 7 DVD and installing Linux in a virtual machine including post installation configuration.
- [Teacher] Now that we have VirtualBox all set up,…it's now time to install CentOS.…You're gonna wanna open a web browser,…and browse to CentOS.org.…Click on Get CentOS Now,…and they'll be a link for DVD ISO.…This is a 4.3 gig ISO.…It'll work on any DVD drive,…and in our case, we're going to use it…just as an ISO image.…The Everything ISO has twice as much material.…Nine gigs or somewhere like that.…So, we'll use DVD ISO.…
You'll wanna click on this Repository Close to You.…If you don't know what that would be,…you can choose the top one or any other,…and it'll download just fine.…Now that we've downloaded our CentOS 7 DVD,…we'll wanna clone our CentOS 7 virtual machine.…The reason you'll wanna do this…is that you don't have to set up…your optimizations a second time.…We can take our original CentOS 7 virtual machine,…and we can clone it each time we need a new VM.…If you want a DNS server, you clone it for a DNS server.…If you want a web server,…you can clone it again for a web server.…
So to do this, we're gonna click on CentOS 7,…
- Identify the basic components of a Linux distribution.
- Explain why it is important to note the VirtualBox host key on your installation.
- Point out one way you could modify the settings of your VM before installing CentOS.
- Determine the first thing you should do when logging into a newly installed VM for the first time.
- Tell how to use Gnome 3’s overview mode to start any application.