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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 Essentials Book now available.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 Essentials Print and eBook (PDF) editions contain 34 chapters and 298 pages

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2. Architecture-specific Information

This manual is divided into different sections:
Part I, “ x86, AMD64, and Intel 64 — Installation and Booting”, Part II, “IBM POWER Architecture - Installation and Booting”, and Part III, “IBM System z Architecture - Installation and Booting” are architecture specific, and give instructions on installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with specific reference to 32- and 64-bit Intel and AMD systems, IBM POWER-based systems, and IBM System z architecture systems, respectively.
Part IV, “Advanced installation options” covers more advanced methods of installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux, including: boot options, installing without mediam, installing through VNC, and using kickstart to automate the installation process.
Part V, “After installation” deals with a number of common tasks, covers finalizing the installation and, 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, and removing Red Hat Enterprise Linux from your computer.
Part VI, “Technical appendixes” does not contain procedures, but provides technical background that you might find helpful to understand the options that Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers you at various points in the installation process.

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