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Lab 2.2 In this lab you are going to install OpenSuSE 11.3 and compare the installation to that of Fedora Core 9 Part I Prepare for the installation 1. Download the file to /home/yourUsername/VirtualMachines on your assigned host system 2. Configure a virtual machine using the following settings: * Virtual machine name: yourusername-OS11-3 * Guest operating system: Linux - Other Linux 2.6.x kernel * Virtual network: Use network address translation (NAT) * Virtual hard drive size: 10 GB * Memory: 512 MB 3. Make sure you check the Lab questions on Moodle prior to beginning the installation * Always save the lab questions before closing the window, if you do not you may get different answers the next time you open it 4. Install OpenSuSE 11.3 using as many of the parameters from the 2.1 lab as possible HINTS: * A screen shot showing the partition configuration of sda
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Unformatted text preview: <../images/Ch02-2-1.jpg> * A screen shot showing the volume group and logical volumes <../images/Ch02-2-2.jpg> * A screen shot showing the summary of the partition configuration <../images/Ch02-2-3.jpg> * A screen shot showing the Software configuration <../images/Ch02-2-4.jpg> Part II Take and submit the screen shot 1. Logon as root and then go to the command prompt * Press <CTRL>+<ALT>+<F2> to access the second virtual terminal <> * There are many ways to get to the command prompt but this is probably the least painful, especially if you are accessing your system remotely from off campus * To switch back to X-Windows type <CTRL>+<ALT>+<F7> 2. Type the command fdisk -l 3. Type in your full name 4. Take a screen shot of this and submit it to the class web site ( Example <. ./images/Ch02-2-5.jpg> )...
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course CIS 155 taught by Professor Hills during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Columbus North.

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