This step-by-step walkthrough with screenshots, howto install CentOS (The Community ENTerprise Operating System) 7.7 Linux with Network installation (NetInstall).

CentOS 7.7 is released and it brings all Red Hat (RHEL) 7.7 goodness to all CentOS 7.7 users.

Want just CentOS 7.7 Netinstall mirror URL?
Goto CentOS 7.7 Netinstall URL

1. Download CentOS 7.7 Net Install (NetInstall) image

Select mirror here:
CentOS 7.7 x86_64 version

Select ISO image

Note: only 64-bit (x86_64) image is available.

2. Burn CentOS 7 Image to CD and Boot Computer or Create Bootable USB Stick

Check CentOS image MD5 sum and burn image to CD with your favorite CD burner or create bootable USB stick. And boot computer using CentOS installation media.

3. CentOS 7.7 installation

3.1 CentOS 7 Grub menu -> select Install CentOS 7

Install CentOS 7

3.2 Booting CentOS 7.7 Installer

CentOS 7.7 Booting Installer

3.3 Select Language

CentOS 7.7 Select Language

3.4 Installation Summary

CentOS 7.7 Installation Summary

3.5 Setup Network and Hostname

This is best to do first, because network is really needed on NetInstall.
CentOS 7.7 Setup Network and Hostname

3.6 Setup Date and Time

If you have network connection, then easiest way to keep time everything sync, is use NTP (Network Time Protocol).
CentOS 7.7 Setup Date and Time

3.7 Language Support

CentOS 7 Language Support

3.8 Select Keyboard Layout

CentOS 7.7 Keyboard Layout

3.9 Security Policy

Centos 7 Security Policy

3.10 CentOS 7.7 NetInstall URL (Installation Source)

Example Alternatively use CentOS own mirror

CentOS 7.7 Installation Source

3.11 CentOS 7 Software Selection

CentOS 7.7 Software Selection

3.12 Installation Destination

Select disk(s) what you want to use for installation. Then you can also select partitioning type (automatic or manual) and encryption. I selected manual partitioning without encryption.
CentOS 7 Installation Destination

Selected disk(s).
CentOS 7.7 Selected Disks

3.13 Manual Partitioning

You can add partitions when you click +-sign on bottom left
CentOS 7.7 Manual Partitioning

Add Boot Mount Point
Centos 7.7 Add Boot Mount Point

Add Root Mount Point
CentOS 7.7 Add Root Mount Point

Add Swap Mount Point
CentOS 7.7 Add Swap Mount Point

Add Home Mount Point
CentOS 7.2 Add Home Mount Point

CentOS 7 Manual Partitioning Ready
CentOS 7.7 Manual Partitioning Ready

CentOS 7 Summary of Changes
CentOS 7.7 Summary of Changes

3.14 Enable or disable Kdump

CentOS 7.7 Kdump

3.15 CentOS 7.7 All Done Begin Installation

Centos 7.7 All Done Begin Installation

3.16 CentOS 7.7 Installer Starts

While installer create partitions and install packages it’s time to set root password and create user account.
CentOS 7.7 Configure User Settings

Set root Password
CentOS 7.7 Set root Password

Create User Account
CentOS 7.7 Create User Account

Configuration Done
CentOS 7.7 Configuration Done

3.17 CentOS 7.7 Installing Packages

CentOS 7.7 Installing Packages

3.18 CentOS 7.7 Installation Completed

CentOS 7.7 Installation Completed

3.19 CentOS 7.7 Grub2

CentOS 7.5 Grub2

3.20 Accept License Information

Centos 7.7 Accept License Information

3.20 CentOS 7.7 Login Screen (GDM)

CentOS 7.7 GDM Login

4. CentOS 7.7 Gnome 3 Setup and Desktop Screenshots

4.1 Gnome 3 Setup

CentOS 7.7 Welcome

Input Sources
CentOS 7.7 Input Sources

Cloud Connect
CentOS 7.7 Cloud Connect

Start Using CentOS 7.7
CentOS 7.7 Start Using CentOS 7

4.2 CentOS 7 Gnome Desktop Screenshots

CentOS 7 Plain Gnome 3 Desktop
CentOS 7 Plain Desktop

CentOS 7 Details
CentOS 7 Details

CentOS 7 Kernel and Release
CentOS 7 Kernel And Release

CentOS 7 Gnome 3 Desktop Menu
CentOS 7 Gnome 3 Desktop Menu

CentOS 7 Gnome 3 Desktop Activities