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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server for NetWare and Linux Chapter 12 Installing and Working with SUSE Linux
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 Objectives After reading this chapter and completing the activities, you will be able to: Describe the steps in preparing for a SUSE Linux installation Perform a SUSE Linux installation Use various tools to configure SUSE Linux
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 3 Preparing for SUSE Linux Installation You must know Hardware requirements How to configure a disk system
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 4 Hardware Compatibility Minimum hardware requirements Pentium III 750 MHz or faster processor 256 MB RAM (512 MB preferred) 4 GB hard drive (8 GB preferred) CD drive VGA adapter and monitor Network interface card Linux system components Linux kernel Input/output system X-Server
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 5 Hardware Compatibility (continued) Command-line interface Starts the system and updates the driver software Linux kernel is independent of the GUI interface
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 6 Network Configuration Points to consider Disk system partitions Multibooting Partitions Divide hard disk space into smaller functional units Partition table Provides information of up to four physical partitions Each partition can be divided into multiple logical partitions
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 7 Network Configuration (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 8 Network Configuration (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 9 Network Configuration (continued) SUSE Linux typical partitions Boot Swap Root Advantages of multiple partitions Faster performance Improves system security Gives you more options when setting up disk quotas
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 10 Network Configuration (continued)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 Network Configuration (continued) Multiboot configurations Master Boot Record (MBR) Special area on the first track of a hard disk Stores small program that determines how to start OS Boot manager Responsible for starting process of loading the OS into memory Dual-boot configuration Enables you to select the partition record to boot from Linux boot manager programs LILO and GRUB
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 12 Network Configuration (continued)
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course IT IT taught by Professor Freebourn during the Spring '07 term at Montana Tech.

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ch12 - Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server for NetWare...

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