DiscWk2 - What type of installation sources are available for Linux What are the differences Give some advantages and disadvantages of each of them

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What type of installation sources are available for Linux? What are the differences? Give some advantages and disadvantages of each of them. There are several ways that a Linux distribution can be loaded on a computer system. The first way to load the Linux operating system is to use a DVD ISO image. This ISO image is placed in the drive of the system that you are trying to install the operating system on and the BIOS is set to boot to the DVD. The only way that this can work is to make sure that the DVD is an actual ISO file and not the files of the operating system (Red Hat Inc., 2017). Another way that the operating system is loaded on the computer system is to use an external storage device. In order to do this, you must simply load the ISO file onto an external hard drive or a thumb drive. You must also configure the computer s BIOS to look for the master boot record (Red Hat Inc., 2017). The last way that a Linux distribution can be installed is through a network connection. The ISO
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