Installation of “CentOS 7.0″ with Screenshots

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59 Responses

  1. paarth says:

    Hi,
    Very nice tutorial but, I have a problem.
    At the time of partition it shows only 8312 kb left , whereas I have more than 100 GB free.
    Please help me

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Paath,

      Thanks for finding this article very useful, could you share the screenshot of your partition table? so that we can help you out..

  2. Nadeem says:

    under the Network & Hostname i didn’t find any connected card..
    even then i manually input data into ipv4 settings.
    while installation i didn’t find any error but unfortunately after reboot i get only blank screen.
    kindly help me.
    Thanks
    Nadeem

  3. Rick Hammer says:

    The instillation source displays an error when I try to install from USB, everything else seems to work fine. I used the Fedora USB creator with the DVD1 ISO. Any help greatly appreciated.

    • Matei Cezar says:

      What kind of error it displays you? Is your machine UEFI based? In any case use Rufus to create a bootable USB stick UEFI compatible or if you want to do Legay Mode use Universal USB Installer tool from pendrivelinux.com website.

  4. Matei Cezar says:

    @sgr1 @harsh: Centos 7 requires minimum 1Gb RAM to run! The installation runs smoothly with aprox 2GB of RAM!

  5. mohsen says:

    Hi
    Thanks for studying, Complete and usable
    regards

  6. sgr1 says:

    My installation keeps crashing after I complete all the setup and hit begin installation. It says “An unknown error has occured” send bug report or quit. I have tried several different CentOS 7 disks and get the same error. Also checked the disk for errors.
    Any suggestions? Can you learn anything from the error report?

    Using the Centos 7 x86_64-Minimal_1503-01 disk.

    Gigabyte GA-965GM-S2 (Intel G965 Chipset)
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 1.86GHz / 2MB Cache
    2GB RAM
    2X 160GB SATA HD RAID 1

  7. Harsh says:

    Hi, very nice tutorial, but I’ve got a problem. My CentOS 7 installation stucks after I hit “Install CenOS 7”. It doesn’t move out of stuck boot window. Please help me regarding this. Thank you !!

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