In this video Grant walks step by step through the process of downloading the Network Install DVD and installing Linux in a virtual machine including configuring a remote installation source and networking.
- [Instructor] Now we're going to do…a CentOS 7 install via the network install CD.…We'll want to bring up a web browser.…And, browse to the centos.org site,…and click on Get CentOS Now.…You'll see, underneath the download button,…there's ISOs are also available via Torrent.…Click on the via Torrent link.…We'll wanna choose a mirror.…So, we're gonna go clear to the bottom and choose this one.…You can choose one that's near you.…
Click on the NetInstall-ISO and wait for it to download.…Once this is downloaded,…we can close our web browser window and start up VirtualBox.…And, we're gonna make a clone of our CentOS 7 VM.…Click on CentOS 7, go up to the Machine menu,…and click on Clone.…We're gonna name this clone CentOS 7 NetInstall.…Click on Reinitialize the MAC address of all network cards…to ensure that your MAC addresses will all be unique.…
Click on Next,…and we'll wanna do a full clone…to make sure that this virtual machine is completely…independent of the original CentOS 7 virtual machine.…Click on Clone and we should have…
- 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.