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Figure 1-2. You have the option to test the CD media for defects. 5. Once the media has been tested or if you chose to skip the test, you will see the graphical installation screen shown in Figure 1-3. You can click the Release Notes button to obtain information about the version of CentOS that you are installing. Click Next to continue.
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The next step is to choose the language used in the installation process, as shown in Figure 1-4. The default is English, but if you select a different language here, that language will be reflected as soon as you click Next.
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If your hard disk is unformatted (has never been used until now), or the partition table of the hard disk is corrupt, the dialog shown in Figure 1-6 will appear. Click Yes to initialize the hard disk to create a new partition table on the hard disk, effectively preparing the hard disk for partitioning.
Figure 1-6. The message appearing when the partition table on the hard disk needs to be re-created to prepare the hard disk for partitioning.
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The next step is creating partitions on the hard disk, as shown in Figure 1-7. The purpose of partitioning is to allocate meaningful portions of the disk space to the CentOS based on how it will be used. The first option allows you to select the partitioning type: Remove All Partitions on Selected Drives and Create Default Layout: This option allows you to consume all disk space on the selected hard disks for CentOS; the disks will be automatically be partitioned for you. Any existing operating system installed on the hard disk will be erased in favor of CentOS. Remove Linux Partitions on Selected Drives and Create Default Layout: This option allows you to consume only partitions used in existing Linux installations for CentOS on the selected drives, which will automatically be partitioned for CentOS. This option is typically used for dual-booting; that is, choosing which operating system to use at boot time. Normally, this option is used for workstations where users can choose to boot into Windows or Linux. Use Free Space on Selected Drives and Create Default Layout: If your hard disk has a free, unused partition on the selected drive, it will be consumed by CentOS and will be partitioned automatically. Normally, when Windows is installed on the hard disk, it uses one partition that consumes all the disk space. You will need a third-party tool such as Partition Magic to resize the Windows partition and create an unused partition that can be used for CentOS.
Note: Unfortunately, at the time of writing, the CentOS installer cannot resize the Windows partition. However,
there are LiveCD (http://www.livecdlist.com/) Linux distributions such as Ubuntu that can resize Windows partitions on the fly, so that you don t need to purchase commercial third- party tools such as Acronis Partition Manager or Partition Magic to partition your hard drive.
Create Custom Layout: This is the most advanced of the four options; it allows you to create, edit, and delete partitions as you please. Once you re a seasoned CentOS user, you will likely opt to use this setting since you can tune the partitions based on how the server or workstation will be used. 10. Assuming that there are no existing operating systems on the hard disk, or that any existing operating systems can be deleted, choose Remove Linux Partitions on Selected Drives and Create Default Layout. 11. The second option allows you to select which hard drive will be used for CentOS. If you have several hard disks, they will be listed here unless the disks are configured as a hardware RAID.
Note: RAID (Redundant Array of Independent/Inexpensive Disks) is a hard disk setup that allows you to tune the
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