I need someone who can assist me with the Anaconda installer for Fedora Core 6 installation from a DVD. This is on a Dell PowerEdge SC420 server with two 160GB Seagate SATA hard disks. I am supposed to put RAID 1 (software RAID) on this server. I am an intelligent person and a NW admin, but not as good at Linux as I am at Novell/Microsoft servers.
I am typing "linux text" at the beginning install screen for FC6. I can begin the installation, but am unable to work through the partitioning part of the Anaconda installer. I need instructions written to help me through this part of the installation - for a person who doesn't know how to do it. The pictures are in a .rar archive attachment.
I need to know how to create partitions for the two disks first, to be used with soft RAID. The photo "[url removed, login to view]" shows the disks the i nstallation is finding, I think. When I press "new" to add a partition I get the screen "[url removed, login to view]". This shows where I need to know what to put into each field. I'm not supposed to use "ext3" and have been told to use 152000 for the partition size.
The photo "[url removed, login to view]" shows where I have tried to select one, to add raid and it will not allow me to because it wants to have two partitions for RAID. However, I can't select two in this installation software.
In addition I would like to make sure the disk space for the installation is allocated so that I have a lot of room for users directories (/home/username/Documents) and also for apache websites.
I really need someone who can write some instructions like would work for someone with no experience. THis is my first FC6 install. I've been behind on this install for a few days and would appreciate some help. I can chat with someone while I do it, that is not a problem. Thanks!
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i can help u with it easily and u can do it the way u want to test based anaconda or graphical i can help u with it i have 2yrs experince of taching RHCE (redhat Certified engineering) u can rely on me thanks check PMB