Linux CentOS in HP Proliant Gen10

newuser15

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Hi. New user for Linux. I would like to ask help from you guys. I recently trying to install Linux CentOS 7 in HP Proliant Gen10 Server thru iLO. However, I encountered some problem during the installation (the assigned password for the root admin wasn't recognized, always prompting Invalid Log-in even if I encode the correct password). Is it possible to un-install and reinstall the Linux CentOS 7 so I can reconfigure it again from scratch?

Hope you could provide tips and recommendations. Thank you.
 


jglen490

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You can just clean install CentOS over it, and replace CentOS with itself. Quite frankly, unless you have a specific need for CentOS, I would recommend some other distros that are much easier on the new user. Once you understand Linux you can always move on to other distros.

I've used Kubuntu for years, and its installer is easy. Linux Mint is also very good.
 

newuser15

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You can just clean install CentOS over it, and replace CentOS with itself. Quite frankly, unless you have a specific need for CentOS, I would recommend some other distros that are much easier on the new user. Once you understand Linux you can always move on to other distros.

I've used Kubuntu for years, and its installer is easy. Linux Mint is also very good.
How can I do the clean process? Sorry, this is my first time to install CentOS. . .
 


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