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You will need to enter your own details here. Once all settings have been entered, click "Save" to continue. Your interface should now activate. Confirmation of your active addressing information is displayed. Click on "Done" to continue with your installation. Security Policy From this screen you can select a policy that matches your needs. Various options are available or the entry can be left blank. Click "Done" to continue. Begin Installation Once all configuration settings have been entered, we are now ready to initiate the installation.
This is done by clicking on the "Begin Installation" button in the lower right corner of the screen. User Account Configuration The next section of this installation involves defining the root password and creating a new user. Click on each of the highlighted options in turn to enter the requested information. Whilst you are entering the requested details, the installation will continue in the background.
Root Password You must specify a root password to be used for the administration of your system. Note, if you supply a weak password, you will be asked to press "Done" twice to confirm you have chosen a weak password!
The strength of your password is also indicated. Create User From this screen you must define the name of a user. In this example I have also chosen the user to be an "Administrator". Again, if you supply a weak password, you will be asked to confirm this. Once you have supplied the relevant credentials, simply click "Done" to continue with the installation.
It is strongly recommended that you use the "default" option of "Require a password to use this account". Complete Red Hat Enterprise Linux has now been successfully installed. Your system needs to be re-booted before you can use it. Click on "Reboot" to finalise your installation.
Remember to remove any media from your drives. Login Screen At this screen you can now login to your server with the accounts you created earlier. Verify your File systems You can verify that the file systems that were created earlier have been mounted by issuing the command df -hT. We are now going to remove this filesystem and the space will be released back to the "sysVG" Volume Group. You should now see space available within the Volume Group "sysVG" 6.
You should now see output similar to the one below. To check for updates, enter the command "yum list updates". For a full list of "yum commands", follow the link yum commands. The example below is an exert from the output from this command. To install the updates, reply "y" at the prompt when asked.
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