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This manual is ideal for users (both new and old) who want a quick and simple installation solution. It will help you prepare your system and walk you through the installation of Red Hat Linux.
If you currently use Red Hat Linux 6.2 (or greater), you can perform an upgrade. Skim Chapter 1 Steps to Get You Started to review the basics, then read Chapter 3 Installing Red Hat Linux, following the directions as you go. Once you have chosen to perform an upgrade in the installation program, refer to Appendix A Upgrading Your Current System.
If you are an experienced user who wants to perform a Red Hat Linux CD-ROM installation, and you do not need a review of the basics, you can skip ahead to Chapter 3 Installing Red Hat Linux to begin the installation process.
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