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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Essentials eBook now available in PDF and ePub formats for only $9.99
RHEL 6 Essentials contains 40 chapters and over 250 pages.

Part V. After installation

This part of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installation Guide covers finalizing the installation, as well as some installation-related tasks that you might perform at some time in the future. These include:
  • using a Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation disk to rescue a damaged system.
  • upgrading to a new version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
  • removing Red Hat Enterprise Linux from your computer.

Table of Contents

34. Firstboot
34.1. License Agreement
34.2. Set Up Software Updates
34.2.1. Choose Server
34.2.2. Red Hat Login
34.2.3. Create Profile
34.2.4. Review Subscription
34.2.5. Finish Updates Setup
34.3. Create User
34.3.1. Authentication Configuration
34.4. Date and Time
34.5. Kdump
35. Your Next Steps
35.1. Updating Your System
35.1.1. Driver update rpm packages
35.2. Finishing an Upgrade
35.3. Switching to a Graphical Login
35.3.1. Enabling Access to Software Repositories from the Command Line
36. Basic System Recovery
36.1. Rescue Mode
36.1.1. Common Problems
36.1.2. Booting into Rescue Mode
36.1.3. Booting into Single-User Mode
36.1.4. Booting into Emergency Mode
36.2. Rescue Mode on POWER Systems
36.2.1. Special Considerations for Accessing the SCSI Utilities from Rescue Mode
37. Upgrading Your Current System
37.1. Determining Whether to Upgrade or Re-Install
37.2. Upgrading Your System
38. Removing Red Hat Enterprise Linux from x86-based systems
38.1. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the only operating system on the computer
38.2. Your computer dual-boots Red Hat Enterprise Linux and another operating system
38.2.1. Your computer dual-boots Red Hat Enterprise Linux and a Microsoft Windows operating system
38.2.2. Your computer dual-boots Red Hat Enterprise Linux and a different Linux distribution
38.3. Replacing Red Hat Enterprise Linux with MS-DOS or legacy versions of Microsoft Windows
39. Removing Red Hat Enterprise Linux from IBM System z
39.1. Running a Different Operating System on your z/VM Guest or LPAR

 
 
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