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I want to install Oracle Linux Version 6.6 (to begin with) in bare metal (that is wiping out the existing OS and keep this as the primary OS installed.)
I downloaded the .iso images from oracle website and before the download begins it gives couple of .iso files. See the diagram below:
I am not sure why we have these many files to download? I want to install this OS using USB (my Laptop don't have CD/DVD).
In past I have successfully installed Ubuntu using USB. When I download Ubuntu, there it downloads only one .iso files and using unetbootin-windows software I created the Bootable USB, from which i was able to install Ubuntu.
Now, I am trying to do the same for Oracle Linux, but I am not sure which files /.iso should I chose for creating the bootable USB?
You need only the
Oracle Linux Release 6 Update 6 for x86_64 (64 Bit) image.
The other files:
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- Source: Contains the source files for the programs you find compiled. You do not have to worry about this. They just have to provide this for legal reasons. (See GPL, etc.)
- Boot ISO image: While I am not familiar with Oracle Linux's structure, I am pretty sure this is a minimalistic boot image. One you put on a bootable media, boot it up, and then the installer downloads the files during the install.
- Boot ISO UEK image: Same thing, but with the 'Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release' buzzword kernel included. Don't worry, the install image - the big one - contains both kernels I am pretty sure.
How to create bootable image on Windows:
Which one to pick? Try them out. :)
For Linux I usually use the first one. For Rescue disc, I use Xboot.
But all of them should work.
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How to create bootable image on Linux:
What if my USB will not boot even though I followed every step?
You have to 'clean' the drive off.
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- Windows: How do I format a usb drive on a PC that was formatted on a Mac?
- Linux: https://askubuntu.com/questions/185815/how-do-i-clear-everything-data-viruses-from-a-thumbdrive