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vivek_mani
Blue Screen Again
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Location: gorakhpur, ( U.P.)
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red hat linux enterprise 4.0 installation on Lenovo Think Centre 7569-A17

Dear all,

I would like to help regarding Red Hat linux enterprise 4.0 installation in  

Lenovo Think Centre

7569-A17,Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 Ghz 

Lenovo Think Centre 7569-A17,Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 Ghz

when it start booting before graphical display it hangs system.

pls post solution for the same.

it would be appreciated

Thanks with regards

Volker1
802.11n
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Re: red hat linux enterprise 4.0 installation on Lenovo Think Centre 7569-A17

2005 called and they want their RHEL4 back!

 

Either update to 5 or run 4 through virtualization.

vivek_mani
Blue Screen Again
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Re: red hat linux enterprise 4.0 installation on Lenovo Think Centre 7569-A17

thanks, but how we can do it through virtualization ?

 

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Re: red hat linux enterprise 4.0 installation on Lenovo Think Centre 7569-A17

Vivek,

 

 

Do you only want to use RHEL4? Any specific application that you want to run on RHEL?

 

Have you tried to use fedora?

Volker1
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Re: red hat linux enterprise 4.0 installation on Lenovo Think Centre 7569-A17

 


@vivek_mani wrote:

thanks, but how we can do it through virtualization ?

 

 

Well first you install a host operating system of your choice (say, RHEL5 or Fedora). Then you create a virtual machine and install RHEL4 under it. See also: RHEL5 virtualization manual

 

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danielpf
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Location: Switzerland
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Re: red hat linux enterprise 4.0 installation on Lenovo Think Centre 7569-A17

I have made good experience with VirtualBox on Mandriva, installing then several other popular OS's

(not Mac OS though due to license restriction).  You need probably to install a recent Linux distro (Ubuntu,

Fedora, OpenSuse, etc.)and then Red Hat REL 4.0 in a virtual box.

 

 

 

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