Which group? (was: Install PHP)
- Tue, 6 Jan 2004 05:52:31 -0500 scripsit Harold A. Hitchcock:
> Question - Have joined all the Yahoo Linux groups that I found. When IFirst of all, please don't top-post and also please start a new thread if
> have a question/problem (rather than posting to several groups hoping that
> someone will answer), which ONE group should I submit the question/problem
you're asking a new question.
What to do and what not to do in a public area are described here:
Please pay attention to points #2 and #6.
You'll also find an answer to your question in point #3 on that page.
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- Hi all.....
In our premises having more than 130 machines.
Its all loaded in Redhat Linux8. Now we whant to load
Redhat Linux9.. Please tell me..how we can install
Redhat Linux9.. Without using CD & Floppy Drive.
Is it possible?
Pls help me.....
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----- Original Message -----
From: "amirtha" <amirtha_new@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 12:06 PM
Subject: [redhat] Provide me a soluation on Instalation
> Hi all.....
> In our premises having more than 130 machines.
> Its all loaded in Redhat Linux8. Now we whant to load
> Redhat Linux9.. Please tell me..how we can install
> Redhat Linux9.. Without using CD & Floppy Drive.
> Is it possible?
> Pls help me.....
> With Regards....
Somehow you need to have the installation CDs over network. Red Hat can
install from ftp, http and nfs.
If you have a bootable network card. You can set up an tftp server. This
server will have a "bootdisk" on the network for the client.
Otherwise you must create a installation floppy.
To do a unattended installation of Red Hat you can use a kickstartfile. I
kickstart file is provided in /root after a new installation.
But If I where you I would stop this jiberish and clone Red Hat using Norton
Ghost and the multicast. program (requires Windows thoe)
- if u r using rh9, php is with httpd, just click it under services
from gnome desktop.
erm.. those error, i dunno.
--- In email@example.com, "Anders Lind" <sunshinecoast@s...>
> > loading cache ./config.cachesystem....install
> > checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
> > checking for gcc... no
> > checking for cc... no
> > configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH
> > my questions,
> > 1. what does the error mean?
> It sounds to me like you don't have gcc installed on your
> the gcc-RPM and run it again.