New to linux and need guidance with redhat 9 installation

Stoppard stoppard at
Tue Mar 30 13:36:11 UTC 2004

If you can read a book, or get sighted help, then red hat linux for dummies
is very good.

I guess there should be a red hat linux 9 for dummies by now.

Hope this helps,
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jaffar Sidek" <watstuts at>
To: <Blinux-list at>
Sent: Monday, March 29, 2004 8:35 PM
Subject: New to linux and need guidance with redhat 9 installation

> Hi folks.  Ok, I did ask about oralux, and since it cannot be installed on
> physical hard drive as such, i am now switching my attention onto red hat
> I am intending to install the red hat 9 bistro on my machine that already
> has got the ms windows OS.  Now to some basic questions.  Since I am
> a Pantheon 4 machine, Which distribution should I download for
> It shouldn't be the X486 or something like that, isn't it? I choose the
> one right?  Second, I have already partitioned my hard drive to install
> hat 9.  I am not sure, but i think i might have partitioned my disk
> as an ntfs file system.  I  read at the red hat website that the partition
> should be fat32.  If that is the case, Can I do anything to change the
> file system back to fat32?  Last but not least,  Is there anywhere where I
> can find a user's mannual to get me started on how to use and operate in
> red hat linux environment?  All answers to my questions will be greatly
> appreciated.  Cheers!
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