Installation of “CentOS 7.0″ with Screenshots

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Matei Cezar

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75 Responses

  1. Clark says:

    @ravi Sir, its recommended to chose minimal or basic web server? i want to build a webserver (LAMP)for my website

  2. Shubham says:

    I want to install Linux in my usb (pendrive), i want to use it live please suggest me how can i use that?

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Its simple, during installation drive selection, give your USB drive location..

    • Matei Cezar says:

      Use unbootin to create a bootable USB drive with a live ISO Linux distro (CentOS is not a live linux distro) or Rufus to create bootable live USB for UEFI compatible machines. Instaling directly to a portable USB instead of a fixed Hard Drive will mess things out (MBR stage one bootloader/ GPT) and can render your machine unable to boot.

  3. Sammeer says:

    Hi Cezar,

    I will give it a go on a windows 7 a machine. One question though will it create a dual-boot system after following all your steps?

    I have prepared a USB with UNITBOOTIN!

    Will update you on status! :)

  4. suman bogati says:

    How do I remove window 7 and install centos?

  5. Matei Cezar says:

    Are you trying to perform the installation directly on laptop or in a virtual machine inside the laptop? Does it throws you any errors whatsoever? what’s you machine resources in terms of RAM, CPU and HDD?

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