Criminal Evidence

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Introduction
Assignment
Understand how to install Fedora Core Linux on x86 processor machines. Understand how to perform a custom Linux installation. Understand how to use the text book and lab notes to determine hardware and software installation requirements. Understand how to select, activate, load, and troubleshoot system options and parameters. Understand how to use the Disk Druid graphical tool to create and format hard drive partitions.

Story
You have been asked to install Fedora 13.

Conditions
You are doing this remotely, so the text based Red Hat installer will be used.

Lab Diagram
During your session you will have access to the following lab configuration.

Connecting to your lab
In this module you will be working on the following equipment to carry out the steps defined in each exercise.  PLABWINBUILD (Build Server)

Each exercise will detail which console you are required to work on to carry out the steps.

To start simply click on the named Server from the device list (located on the left hand side of the screen) and click the Power on from the in tools bar. In some cases the devices may power on automatically. During the boot up process an activity indicator will be displayed in the name tab:    Black - Powered Off Orange - Working on your request Green - Ready to access

If the remote console is not displayed automatically in the main window (or popup) click the Connect icon located in the tools bar to start your session. If the remote console does not appear please try the following option:  Switch between the HTML 5 and Java client versions in the tools bar.

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