Red Hat 6 Installation Guide – RHEL 6 Install Screenshots

Red Hat LogoThis is Red Hat 6 RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) installation guide, step-by-step walkthrough with screenshots. Current version of Red Hat 6 is Beta, but also this RHEL 6 Beta version looks very stable and good OS, so that’s why I decided to write this RHEL 6 Installation guide.

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta is available on the following architectures:

  • i386
  • AMD64/Intel64
  • System z
  • IBM Power (64-bit)

Download Red Hat 6 Beta DVD images here.

Some of the many improvements and new features that are included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6

  • Power management – tickless kernel and improvements through the application stack to reduce wakeups, power consumption measurement by Powertop, Power Management (ASPM, ALPM), and adaptive system tuning by Tuned, all enhance more efficient system power usage.
  • Next generation networking – comprehensive IPv6 support (NFS 4, CIFS, mobile support [RFC 3775], ISATAP support), FCoE, iSCSI, and a new and improved mac 802.11 wireless stack.
  • Scalable filesystems – ext4 file system provides support for larger file sizes and significantly reduces repair times over ext3. XFS® is a high-performance file system that supports extremely large files and is optimized for large data transfers.
  • Virtualization – KVM includes performance improvements and new features, sVirt protects the guest and host from unauthorized access, SR-IOV and NPIV deliver high-performance virtual use of physical devices, and libvirt leverages kernel resource management functionality.
  • Enterprise security enhancement – SELinux includes improved ease of use, application sandboxing, and significantly increased coverage of system services, while SSSD provides unified access to identity and authentication services as well as caching for off-line use.
  • Development and runtime support – SystemTap improvements, ABRT is a new framework for simple collection and reporting of bug information, and improvements are made to GCC (version 4.4.3), glibc (version 2.11.1), and GDB (version 7.0.1).

On this guide I use Graphical Installer. There is also Kickstart automated installation method and Text-based Installer available. And I install this machine for Software Development Workstation and testing environment. So package selection is following: Desktop, Web server, Databases, Compiling tools, Java. Same method works also for servers, normal desktops and other setups, but of course different software selection. So let’s begin installation…

Burn Downloaded Image to DVD and Boot Computer Using Red Hat 6 Installation DVD

Check RHEL image MD5 sum and burn image to DVD with your favourite CD/DVD burner. And boot computer using Red Hat Installation DVD.

Red Hat 6 RHEL Installation

1. Select Install or upgrade an existing system option on Grub Menu

1. Select Install or upgrade an existing system option on Grub Menu

2. Choose a language

2. Choose a language

3. Choose a keyboard type

3. Choose a keyboard type

4. Choose a installation media

4. Choose a installation media

5. Skip DVD media test (or select media test, if you want to test installation media before installation)

5. Skip DVD media test (or select media test, if you want to test installation media before installation)

6. Red Hat 6 graphical installer starts, select next

6. Red Hat 6 graphical installer starts, select next

7. Accepct Pre-Release Installation

7. Accepct Pre-Release Installation

8. Select storage devices

8. Select storage devices

9. Insert computer name

9. Insert computer name

10. Select time zone

10. Select time zone

11. Enter a password for root user

11. Enter a password for root user

12. Select type of installation

Read every options info carefully. And select encrypting if needed and option to review and modify partition layout.
12. Select type of installation

13. Review partition layout

Modify if needed. Default setup with ext4 and LVM looks good for desktop machine.
13. Review partition layout and modify if needed

14. Accept write changes to disc

14. Accept write changes to disc

15. Writing changes (creating partitions) to disc

15. Writing changes (creating partitions) to disc

16. Configure boot loader options

Select device to install bootloader and check/create boot loader operating system list.
16. Configure boot loader options

17. Select softwares to install and enable repositories

This case we select Software Development Workstation and enable Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 Beta Repository and select Customize now.
17. Select softwares to install and enable repositories

18. Customize package selection

Select PHP and Web Server to installation.
18. Customize package selection - Select PHP and Web Server to installation

Select MySQL and PostgreSQL Databases.
18. Customize package selection - Select MySQL and PostgreSQL Databases

Select set of Development tools like Eclipse IDE.
18. Customize package selection - Select set of Development tools like Eclipse IDE

19. Checking dependencies for installation

19. Checking dependencies for installation

20. Starting installation process

20. Starting installation process

21. Installing packages

21. Installing packages 1
21. Installing packages 2

22. Installation is complete

Click reboot computer and remove installation media.
22. Installation is complete - Click reboot computer and remove installation media

Red Hat 6 RHEL Finishing Installation

23. Selecting RHEL 6 from grub

23. Selecting RHEL 6 from grub

24. Booting Red Hat 6

24. Booting Red Hat 6

25. Red Hat 6 Welcome screen

25. Red Hat 6 Welcome screen

26. Create normal user

26. Create normal user

27. Setup date and time and keep up-to-date with NTP

27. Setup date and time

27. Setup date and time and keep up-to-date with NTP

28. Login Red Hat 6 Gnome Desktop

28. Login Red Hat 6 Gnome Desktop

29. Red Hat (RHEL) 6 Gnome Desktop, empty and default look

29. Red Hat (RHEL) 6 Gnome Desktop, empty and default look

What to do next?

Install Google Chrome Beta or Google Chrome Unstable on Red Hat (RHEL) 6

Install Adobe Flash Player 10 on Red Hat (RHEL) 6

Install Sun/Oracle Java (JDK, JRE) 6 on Red Hat (RHEL) 6

Install Adobe AIR 1.5 and 2 on Red Hat (RHEL) 6

Install Adobe (Acrobat PDF) Reader on Red Hat (RHEL) 6

Install VirtualBox (with yum) on Red Hat (RHEL) 6

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165 Comments

  1. Hi JR,
    As you said i deleted D partition and am having approx 80GB of free space.In step 12 I selected “use free space option and Review and Modify partition layout” and by clicking next it is throwing an error message that “could not allocate requested partitions: not enough space for LVM requests”.
    please help me regarding this.

    waiting for your reply,
    thanks in advance.

    • Try to select “Create Custom Layout” and “Review and Modify partition layout” instead and check that it shows that you are really having 80 Gb free space? Then you can press back button and your hard disk stays untouched. :)

      Sometimes Windows is not working as expected when you try to delete/manage partitions…

  2. hi jr i tried it and it showed me 40gb and 40gb idividual drives free space.

    • Hi again kishore,

      I can found some Fedora 12/RHEL 6 bug reports same issues, but nothing useful, howto solve your problem. I recommend you to create manually your custom partition layout.

      You could create example something like following setup with our 80 Gb space (leave your Windows partition untouched):
      1. Standard partition /boot 500 Mb ext4
      2. LVM Physical Volume All free space
      3. Create LVM Volume Group (example vg_rhel)
      3. LVM Logical Volume Swap 1-1.5 * RAM (Example if you have 2Gb ram then Swap size is 2Gb-3Gb)
      4. LVM Logical Volume Root / All free space

      If you want separated home partition then create example 10-20 Gb root partion and use all free space for home partition.

      Please let me know, if you have some problems with this setup?

  3. hai

    iam using toshiba laptop l500. i would installed redhat el 6.usb device not plugin any pendrive and external hdd

  4. Getting an error

    No Disks found
    No usable disks have been found

    back or exit installer

    Installing rhel 6

    • Hi gagan malik,

      Could you post some info about your current partition layout?

      Could you also tell which kind of hard disks you have on your machine?

  5. HI,
    I am trying to install Linux 6.1 on my desktop. I have Intel core 2 quad 6600, GTX295 nvidia graphic card. I am trying to install the Linux in seperate unformated HDD. I am installing it through Linux 6.1 x86 CD install. I am not able to get the second step. I am getting “intialising Hardware and then it stops there… what to do… I am an new to linux so please guide me how to overcome this step by step from the Step 1 screen Your help would be appreciated.

    • Hi Navin,

      Try to boot with following options:

      nomodeset acpi=off
  6. Hi,

    when I start X, I get:


    (==) ServerLayout “X.org Configured”
    (**) |–>Screen “Screen1″ (0)
    (**) | |–>Monitor “Monitor1″
    (**) | |–>Device “Card1″
    (**) |–>Input Device “Mouse0″
    (**) |–>Input Device “Keyboard0″

    (==) NVIDIA(0): Depth 24, (==) framebuffer bpp 32
    (==) NVIDIA(0): RGB weight 888
    (==) NVIDIA(0): Default visual is TrueColor
    (==) NVIDIA(0): Using gamma correction (1.0, 1.0, 1.0)
    (II) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): NVIDIA GPU Quadro 2000M (GF106GL) at PCI:1:0:0 (GPU-0)
    (–) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): Memory: 2097152 kBytes
    (–) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): VideoBIOS: 70.06.33.00.04
    (II) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): Detected PCI Express Link width: 1X
    (–) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): Interlaced video modes are supported on this GPU
    (–) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): Connected display device(s) on Quadro 2000M at PCI:1:0:0
    (–) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): none
    (EE) Nov 08 21:20:49 NVIDIA(0): No display devices found for this X screen.
    (II) UnloadModule: “nvidia”
    (II) UnloadModule: “wfb”
    (II) UnloadModule: “fb”
    (EE) Screen(s) found, but none have a usable configuration.


    [root@w520 ~]# lspci | grep VGA
    00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 2nd Generation Core Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09)
    01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation Device 0dda (rev a1)


    [root@w520 ~]# uname -a
    Linux w520.mibesis 2.6.32-131.17.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Oct 5 17:19:54 CDT 2011 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux


    Section “Device”
    Identifier “Card1″
    Driver “nvidia”
    VendorName “nVidia Corporation”
    BoardName “Unknown Board”
    BusID “PCI:1:0:0″
    EndSection

    • xorg.conf

      Section “Screen”
      Identifier “Screen0″
      Device “Card1″
      Monitor “Monitor0″
      SubSection “Display”
      Viewport 0 0
      Depth 1
      EndSubSection
      SubSection “Display”
      Viewport 0 0
      Depth 4
      EndSubSection
      SubSection “Display”
      Viewport 0 0
      Depth 8
      EndSubSection
      SubSection “Display”
      Viewport 0 0
      Depth 15
      EndSubSection
      SubSection “Display”
      Viewport 0 0
      Depth 16
      EndSubSection
      SubSection “Display”
      Viewport 0 0
      Depth 24
      EndSubSection
      EndSection

      This is on a new Lenovo W520 with NVIDIA Optimus card, Quadro 2000M. How do I get this to work. I would like to run 2 external monitors. But can not get to run only laptop LCD. :/

  7. Hi JR
    its me kishore again.some how i managed to do the installation.thanks for your support.

    I have a small doubt again….how to register with RHN?
    when i tried to register with RHN, it has given me the following error.

    Problem registering system:

    Error Class Code: 70
    Error Class Info:
    All available subscriptions for the requested channel have been exhausted.
    Please contact a Red Hat Network Sales associate.
    Explanation:
    An error has occurred while processing your request. If this problem
    persists please enter a bug report at bugzilla.redhat.com.
    If you choose to submit the bug report, please be sure to include
    details of what you were trying to do when this error occurred and
    details on how to reproduce this problem.

    please help me towards this.this will be much helpful to me.
    thanks in advance.

  8. hi JR
    forgot to ask another doubt..
    how to know the rhel6 which am using is a genuine version or not?
    i downloaded it from some site.during installation it didn’t asked me any serial number or activation key.
    am i using a genuine version?
    is this the problem why am not registered to RHN??

    please give me clarity regarding this.

    thank you

  9. Hi kishore,

    Firt of all do you have RHEL subscription?

  10. Hello Everyone, I need help in Linux. I just bought a Dell laptop, i3 processor ..500GB hard drive..4GB ram..I installed vmware and on vmware I tried to install RHEL 6..it throws some error of “X startup failed”and then it continues in text mode…my another frn have also del laptop i5 processor..she is also facing the same issue…….is there a way to resolve it?
    I have windows2007 as my operating system
    Please assist asap

    • Hi Shikha,

      So do you get RHEL 6 installed or do you get this error before Anaconda starts?

      • Hi JR, It says starting anaconda and then it continues with this X startup failed error and it starts installation in text mode.

        • Hi Shikha,

          Please check your BIOS settings, virtualization is enabled or not?

          And also select the second option in installation screen (i.e. Start installation with basic video driver)

    • select ‘desktop’ in place od ‘basic server’ while you installed RHEL 6 or you have to configure YUM then you will have to install gnome package….

  11. Hi Jr, I tried running installtion again to give you exact issus..I have iso file of rhel6 in my usb drive and I am instllating it on vmware on my windows 2007 laptop. It says”Install or upgrade..I select that first option..then it gives few things like vmlinuz ….etc , initializing hardware..running anaconda and then failed to install X startup..installaing in text mode…

  12. I have further configued this linux machine on vmware as yum server now and insalled um instll x11-xorg* and it have succesfully instlled all packags.
    now when I run startx, still it throws an error.
    xinit: no such file or directory, unable to connect to X server

    • So you got RHEL 6 installed?

  13. yes in text mode…however i want it in gui.

    • Hi shikha,

      Try to install some full desktop example:

      yum groupinstall "GNOME Desktop Environment"
      ## OR ##
      yum groupinstall Xfce

      Then try reboot / startx command again.

  14. It says:
    Loaded plugins: rhnplugin
    This system is not registered with RHN
    RHN support will be disabled.
    server
    setting up group process
    Warning: Group GNOME does not exist
    Warning: Group Desktop does not exist
    Warning: Group Enviorment does not exist.
    No packages in any requested group available to install or upgrade

    similar error with other command

  15. JR
    apologies for delayed response .

  16. Hi shikha,

    No problems with delay… :)

    Do you have RHEL subscription?

    Did you use quotation marks on following command?

    yum groupinstall "GNOME Desktop Environment"
  17. I am not sure about Red hat subscrition and i don think I have that..I got the iso file for linux from my Mam (as I am pursuing some linux classes) and I made my usb bootable and installed that on vmware on my new Dell Inspiron.
    No i dint not try wth quotes :-(
    will try again now after reading your reply and update you
    Thanks a ton fpr helping me out :)

  18. Getting same thing with quotes as well..

    I also tried
    yum install kdebase and it installed succesfully and after that I rebooted vmware machine and then I ran startx command and it ran uptill 12th point and then it said
    Illegal instruction at address 0xc8984d
    Fatal server error:
    caught signal 4 . server aborting
    Please consult red hat support @
    htps://www.redhat.com/apps/support

  19. @shikha

    Maybe RHEL is wrong Linux distribution for your use, if you won’t make RHEL subscription, better alternative could be CentOS 6 which is community version of RHEL or another good option is Fedora which is also community version but it’s much more desktop usage oriented than RHEL or CentOS.

    Are you sure you got exactly same error with quotes…you shouldn’t get following part?

    setting up group process
    Warning: Group GNOME does not exist
    Warning: Group Desktop does not exist
    Warning: Group Enviorment does not exist.
    No packages in any requested group available to install or upgrade

    If you want install full KDE then use example following command:

    yum install @kde-desktop
  20. No the exact error which I get is:
    Till RHN support will be disabled its same and then I get:
    Setting up group process
    Warning: Group GNOME Desktop Enviorment does no exist.
    No Packges in any requested group available to install or update.

    and the kde one says:
    No groups available in any repository

  21. JR,
    have to give certificaion exam on RHEL6 Next year Feb and hence I want to practice on the same.
    Today I again installed Linux on vmware to try to make that one as a yum client..everything is working great except this error: X windows startup failed..falling in text mode..
    Also I think there is some issue with Dell video adapters/drvers, not sure though, which stops x windows to install. (I got this clue from the below link:

    http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/ctrl-alt-f1-%3D-black-blank-screen-385376/

    I sent this forum a post however no one is replying there…they mentioned something about the same Dell issue in old posts which I am unable to understand. It says something like this:

    The problem you are experiencing is most likely due to:

    (1) the kernel framebuffer video driver. Do you have bootsplash, usplash, splashy, etc for a graphical boot process? If so, you may need to disable it. Look in /boot/grub/menu.lst (if using grub) and look for vga=XXX where XXX is a number, change it to vga=normal or delete vga altogether. If vga isn’t listed, look for “silent” or “verbose” and delete that to avoid using graphics during boot up.

    (2) the video driver that xorg is using. In particular Nvidia drivers often cause that. The only way I have found to completely get rid of the blank screen problem is to not use the Nvidia drivers, but that means my TV-out functionality is gone I just load the nvidia driver when I want to watch a movie and use “nv” the rest of the time.

    Also check this one:
    http://www.cromwell-intl.com/unix/openbsd-dell.html
    I am sure this is something to do with Dell Inspiron laptop settngs , not sure what :(

  22. seems Dell models have same issue:
    see this post:
    http://fedoraforum.org/forum/showthread.php?t=250788

  23. yes seems so..see this person has given someworkaround..
    My laptop also have Intel drivers etc..

    Mike Thompson 2008-10-30 23:11:00 EDT
    You can get around the Intel video driver problem by forcing X to use the vesa
    driver.
    Either modify your /etc/X11/xorg.conf to include:
    Section “Device”
    Identifier “Videocard0″
    Driver “vesa”

    Or add the kernel boot parameter xdriver=vesa

    I get the same problems (Intel video and FC10 boot failure) on my Toshiba L10.
    To run the latest kernel(s) I have to overwrite the initrd with the one from
    kernel 2.6.27-0.392.rc8.git7.fc10.

    (In reply to comment #27)
    > Just to chime in here:
    >
    > I’ve duplicated this issue on my Dell Inspiron 6000 with PATA hard drive
    > (showing up as /dev/sda) on F9. The last two kernel releases have this bug. Let
    > me know
    > what testing will contribute to this thread.
    >
    > I couldn’t test F10 on my desktop using Intel due to X not loading the Intel
    > Video drivers, even in anaconda, so I had to go back to F9. Once that problem
    > is resolved, I can test with an Intel-based 32bit system (HP/Compaq dc5000 MT
    > IDE) with on-board video. I’ll be looking for the BZ# on this one to follow-up.
    >
    > My 64-bit AMD system on nVidia chipset does not exibit this problem on F10, all
    > updates applied. I installed this system from the iso and have been applying
    > the updates daily.
    >
    > I also have a 32-bit AMD system on nVidia chipset installed using the
    > development netboot which pulls the current packages from the dev tree, and it
    > has been updated daily. Neither of the AMD nVidia-based systems exhibits this
    > problem.
    >
    > There are a LOT of Dell Inspiron systems out there, and I’m willing to bet this
    > issue affects a significant number of them.

    I have dir till X11 however I donot even have xorg.conf in that dir…

  24. First of all, if you really need RHEL 6, then you really need RHEL subscription, because RHEL is not usable without subscription! But if you want “Free RHEL” then use CentOS 6, which is same linux with different branding…

    If you want to try boot with xdriver=vesa boot option then do following:
    1. Access Grub boot menu
    2. Press “e” (edit)
    3. Select kernel line and press “e” (edit) again
    4. Add xdriver=vesa at the end of line
    5. Press Enter
    6. Press “b” (boot) to boot with modified kernel line

    xorg.conf is missing because it’s normally generated on the fly, but you can of course create xorg.conf manually and use it instead if you want.

  25. 4 step that is installation media is not appeared.
    ir ask for load driver manually or enter disk driver list.
    i have 3 cd of red hat 9. can someone help me

    • Hi jagvir,

      So you have Red Hat 9 CDs? Red Hat 9 was released on 2003, so it’s very very old, because it wasn’t Enterprise Linux at all…I suggest you to try Fedora 16 or newer RHEL 6 or CentOS 6…

  26. Does Red Hat 6 support i5 2nd generation processor well?
    Does GUI problem appear with Red hat 6 in i5 2nd generation processor?

    • Hi Uzumaki,

      Yes, it should support your processor. What you mean with GUI problem?

  27. Graphical User Interface

    • Yes, I definitely know what GUI means, but I try to figure out, what you meant with GUI problem?

  28. gnome interface

    • Processor is not normally reason for any Gnome problems.

  29. Hi, I am facing similar problem as gagan mallik had face. While installing Red hat 6.1 on vmware , its showing error No usable disks have been found. I created virtual machine on my laptop HP Elite 8440p
    Thanks in advance

    • Hi Zafrul,

      Could you tell more specific, when you get this error? Is this vmware error or RHEL 6.1 error?

  30. hi JR,
    i m installing linux for d frst time nd while doing it i m able to reach d frst step(sreenshot) after dat m jst gettng a cusor…….where i can type nythng…bt its nt coming on d second screenshot…..can u tell what to do…………wating fr yur rply…

    thanx…

  31. Hi JR,
    Same issue as Zafrul and gagan mallik. “No usable disk have been found”. Trying to install RHEL 6 on VMWare. After the language selection I get this error. Hard Disk Space 25 GB, Type SCSI 0:0. Any suggestions whats wrong. Oh tried to change the type of the HDD but can only chose a different type of SCSI.

  32. Hay JR,
    Issue fixed. Changed the type of HDD to IDE it worked.
    Thanks anyways…

    • Hi Antony,

      Excellent to hear that you got it working! :)

      • Thanks….it feels good too…considering the fact that I am very new to Linux.

  33. hi,
    i have installed red hat 6.2. the GUI is not getting enabled. its only working in the terminl mode… can u help guyss…

  34. Thanks a lot for installation guide.. it helped me :)

  35. I has problem of starting Linux 6.0 After Installing on Computer it require root

    • Hi Akshay,

      Could you explain more specific, what you mean with “it require root”?

  36. hello am not able to make partions while installing rhel6 thru vmware plz do help me its installing through default seetings

    • Hello Abraham,

      What you see on step 12?

      Could you also tell your vmware virtual machine specs?

  37. hello Jr i finally installed red hat on vmware :)

    • Hi Abraham,

      Excellent! Nice to hear that you got this problem solved and Red Hat installed! :)

  38. Hi JR,

    i have some doubts,

    two primary partitions are mandatory to install rhel 6.2? (/boot is mandatory, / mandatory)

    I tried with one primary partition it is not possible for me, because we can not assign the /boot in LVM’s. So we need to create /boot in our primary standard partition only.

    after that we need to create to root and swap partitions, at this time it throwing an error related to ” the disk contains maximum partitions already ” (the message is not exactly same, but the meaning is that).

    In my laptop i am already using win 7. rhel 6 is second os. i am using a dual boot.

    And also i am unable to install the rhel6 by selecting the first option i.e ” install or upgrade an existing system “. If i select this option at the hardware checking, the display turns black and need to force stop my laptop(dell inspiron 15r 5520, i5 3rd gen, 500gb, 4gb ram, only integrated graphic card is there i.e intel HD-4000).

    But i am able to install it by selecting the “install the system with basic video driver”.

    Is this problem with my laptop or rhel6?

    sorry for the long story, hope you understand.

    • Hi sscr,

      You have to use extended partitions when you have more than 4 partitions. So do not make them all as primary partitions. Also you can make swap partition on your LVM setup.

      Some reason your Intel graphics card doesn’t work with RHEL installer, so that’s why you have to select “install the system with basic video driver”. Normally this is fixed when you install system and fully upgrade it.

  39. I also was getting:

    No Disks found
    No usable disks have been found

    But, my VHD was set to IDE controller 1. Taking the hint above, I switched it to SCSI controller, tried again, and it still failed. Then switched it back to IDE controller 1, and then it worked fine.
    Go figure!

  40. i installed rhel6 but how to get gui mode… i think the packages are not installed… i tried with ctrl+alt+f1 but nothing working… plz help

    • Hi binay jha,

      What you selected on step 17. “Select softwares to install and enable repositories”?

  41. if any one has commands of redhat linux 6 please sand me on my gmail id…….thanks

  42. i have same problem with fedora and redhat too …………my laptop is dell xps 15………..
    this problem occured when all things going right and at last when system going to restart it start with text screen .but when i install same iso(redhat and fedora) in virtual machine it works fine.
    please help

    • Hi narendra,

      What you mean with “text screen”? Command line / console? Do you get any errors?

      Could you tell little bit more what you selected on customize package selection step?

  43. Hi
    Need ur helpI’ve installed redhat enterprise linux 6 on my laptop. I’ve worked in it after that when I restart my lap and open the VM virtual box manager and click start it again shows install and upgrade option…..waiting fr ur rply

    • Hi sam,

      I think that I answered this on Facebook to you. :)

      And to others solution was easy, just remove installation disk from VirtualBox storage options.

  44. hi, after i finised situp red hat, it need login and password, i dont know which login and pass.

    • Hi AHMED,

      Did you added user on post installation setup?

  45. I’m same in to boat.

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