In this example, Auckland, Pacific/Auckland, and UTC are selected.
Using any text editor, you can modify and personalize a kickstart file.Figure 15 Select the desired partition layout schema, as shown in Figure 16. Figure 16 The list of available devices is shown, as shown in Figure 17. Figure 17 Select Standard Partition, as shown in Figure 18.Figure 18 Create a boot partition to hold the kernel, as shown in Figure 19, by making the following selections: Figure 20 Add a new partition for the swap area, a special device that acts as a secondary memory in disk to free up memory from RAM, as shown in Figure 21.To do this, you can execute the following commands as Using Oracle VM, create a new virtual machine (VM), as shown in Figure 2, by right-clicking the server pool and selecting Create Virtual Machine.Figure 2 Set the properties of the virtual guest, as shown in Figure 3.In this example, because the virtual guest is PVM, we will perform the installation by HTTP.For the Network Boot Path, specify the URL to the Oracle Linux Release 6 Update 3 DVD image that you shared in the "Share the Installation Media" section.Download the Oracle Linux 6.3 ISO File Share the Installation Media Create a New Oracle VM Guest Perform an Interactive Installation Perform an Installation with a Kickstart File Take an Automatic Snapshot with Btrfs Appendix See Also About the Author About UXC Red Rock Consulting This article provides instructions for installing Oracle Linux 6.3 with a Btrfs root file system on an Oracle VM guest. The second install will be unattended using a simple kickstart file.Go to Software Delivery Cloud (requires login) and then do the following: In this guide, we will use x86_64 (64 bit) as the desired architecture, as shown in Figure 1.This can be done by right-clicking the virtual machine and selecting Launch Console, as shown in Figure 6.Figure 6 Select the language for the installation, as shown in Figure 7. Figure 7 Select the keyboard type, as shown in Figure 8. Figure 8 Select the installation method, as shown in Figure 9. Figure 9 Configure the TCP/IP options, as shown in Figure 10.