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Hello, Here is my problem, and to note I am fairly new to Linux, I have CentOS 6 installed on my PC and I am trying to install another version ...
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- 03-26-2013 #1
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How to install a another Linux OS in CentOS?
Here is my problem, and to note I am fairly new to Linux, I have CentOS 6 installed on my PC and I am trying to install another version of Linux onto that PC. My issue is that that this foreign version of Linux will only boot on top of another Linux OS. I have untared the files of this OS and have them sitting in a folder called Install within the Root folder on Cent 6. Is it possible to copy these files to another folder so I can boot this foreign OS?
- 03-26-2013 #2
Hi and welcome
What kind of linux is that? Do you have a name and version?
If it should be based on Linux-Vserver, then you might be out of luck and would need to build a patched kernel and userland tools yourself.
The latest 3rd_party rpms of vserver seems to be for centos 5.
HowTos/Virtualization/Vserver - CentOS WikiYou must always face the curtain with a bow.