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OPS335 Installation Lab

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=== Installation instructions for Centos 7 ===
# It may be advisable to obtain a <u>newer version</u> of the Centos 7 Full Installation DVD since there may be improvements since the last version from when you took OPS235.<br><br>
# '''Note:''' There are two versions of OPS235 lab1 if you are using for reference for either a SSD SSD. Both labs are identical in basic content, except the SSD labs uses VMware Workstation 12 Pro to create the host machine. For an SSD drive, you would also need to setup nested VMs when you setup KVM in lab2 (i.e. follow instructions in OPS235 labs CAREFULLY).<br><br>
# Download and burn on a DVD a copy of the Centos 7 installation DVD (64 bit edition) from the Centos web site or the Belmont server.<br>'''Note:''' we'll be using the 64 bit version of Centos because all of our lab computers are equiped with Intel 64 bit mainboards and CPUs, and any computer you bought in the last few years for yourself will be 64bit as well.<br><br>
#* '''Seneca's mirror of Centos:'''<br>This is very fast, but is only accessible from within Seneca's network - you can't access this from home. You can burn this disc on the machines in the Open Lab.)<br><br>
#* '''Outside Seneca College link (available from any Internet connection):<br>'''<br /><br>
# You need to refer to your OPS235 notes in order to install your host machine.<br>Here is a direct link:<br>[ [ [ OPS235 - Lab1] ]
{{Admon/tip |Boot order|Some of our machines' boot order is configured to be Harddrive first, DVD second. Which means you won't be able to boot from the DVD if you already have an operating system installed on your drive.}}
<li value=54>Customize your installation following these guidelines:
<li>'''Turn on networking''' and use '''host''' as the '''hostname'''.

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