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    Linux Guru dylunio's Avatar
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    Only one file I think, choose one that has gaim<version>.rpm, o'r gaim<version>.tar.gz
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    ok thanks. i'll let you know if i have anymore problems or questions
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    okay,
    just let us know what happens.

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    ok well i downloaded the file on my windows pc, put it on a usb thumb drive, and stuck it into my redhat system, and now how do i get to it?
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    as root:
    Code:
    mkdir /mnt/usb
    mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb
    cd /mnt/usb
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    sorry if this is a dumb question, but where exactly do i type that at? am i supposed to get out of this graphical mode (has kinda a start menu and stuff like that)
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    ok well i pressed ctrl + alt + F1 and i'm at a command promt

    i typed in root as login and logined in i guess

    now i see [root@localhost root]#

    what do i type there?
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    well i tried to type what you told me to, and i got this message:

    mount: /dev/sdal is not a valid block device

    but i tried to type the next line and now instead of having this:

    [root@localhost root]#

    i have this:

    [root@localhost usb]#

    so now what do i type?
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    no
    it has to be sda1 not l but 1

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    ok so how do i get back to the beginning?
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