Does this ISO comes with a Linux, or do i have to find somewhere else to find a Linux to install on an empty box first, then after the Linux is installed, i use this ISO to install the NIST application on top.
Do i need to put certain files into specific location?? Or is there any speical instruction i need to do??
Would appreciated any help on this as i have spent hours on this but it still couldn't boot up.
I installed the NIST CD again on another brand new HP DL320 server. It loaded the driver and then i saw it went into the Redhat installation window and i can see the progress bar goes complete and then it installed "bootloader" before it reboot by itself and ejects the CD automatically.
The interesting thing is after the automatic reboot, the server says it found "NO operating system"!!!!
I tried it twice and same result.
On the initial install page, i saw 5 options of installation. Is there any particular one i need to choose if the server is brand new and has absolutely no operating system??
Would appreciated if you can shed some light on this as i have spent a whole day on this already but getting nowhere.
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