How To Install Linux Graphically With Encrypted Hard Disk Fully Tutorial

In This Tutorial We Are Going To Learn How To Install Redhat Enterprise Linux Graphically With Encrypted Hard Disk

Just Follow These Simple Steps

Here I Am Telling You In VM VirtualBox If You Want To Install This Linux In VIrtualBox Or In Your Original Pc Then Same Process Is There

Step-1 Open The VM VirtualBox And Then Add A New File And Then Give The Ram Or HardDisk For Linux

Step-2 Now Open The Setting And Do The Setting For The Linux Network Setup By Scrolling Down Watch The Video For Know More In Detail

Step-3 Now Give The Space In /dev/sda For Installing the Linux And Do This Drive Encrypt And Also Give The Space Of Atleast 100MB To The Boot Device By Scrolling Down The Page See This Video And Learn Properly

Step-4 After Giving The Space Now Give The Password For Encrypt

Step-5 Now Choose The Region

Step-6 Now You Have To Give The Password On Root Then Conform The Password

Step-7 Now It Will Take Some Time To Install The Linux In VM VirtualBox

Step-8 After completing The Installation There Is A Option of Reboot Then Clink On Reboot Button Then It Will take Time To Reboot the System

Step-8 After Rebooting If You Want To Create User Then In Installing Time You Also Create User

For More Information Or If You Are Facing Some Problem By Doing The Installation Check This Video And Comment Down Blow Your Problem

If You Want To Install Linux Graphically Without Encryption Then Click On This Linuk And Learn How To Install Linux Graphically
Or If You Want To Learn How To Install Linux With Command Line Then Click On This Link And Learn How To Install Linux Command Line

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