RedHat Integration Specification

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If you have ordered a RedHat system to be integrated by DTR,
please follow these instructions to give us your specifications
for integration of your system:

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Enter the current date
Enter your name
Enter your company name

Enter the desired system name (max 8 characters, no punctuation)
Enter the desired DNS domain name
Type something to identify which system or site this info applies to (eg end-user company name, address, and/or server function)

Which version of Redhat should be installed?
Red Hat Ent Linux ver 7 (64 bit only)
Red Hat Ent Linux ver 6, 64-bit OS
Red Hat Ent Linux ver 6, 32-bit OS
Red Hat Ent Linux ver 5, 64-bit OS
Red Hat Ent Linux ver 5, 32-bit OS

Mouse and GUI settings
Mouse and GUI enabled (DTR default)
Connect mouse but disable GUI
No mouse and No GUI ever

Time Zone
Eastern
Central
Mountain w/ daylight savings
Mountain w/o daylight savings
Pacific

If disks are in a RAID array
RAID-1 (mirror protection)
RAID-10 (mirror protection + striping for performance if 4 or more drives, a.k.a. RAID 0+1)
RAID-5 (data protection at lower cost but lower performance than RAID-1 or 0+1)
N/A (I'm sure there is no RAID to be setup)
Setup one drive as a HotSpare StandBy drive

  • Note: lower end SAS/SATA raid often has no audible alarm if a drive fails.

    Disk Drive 0 (or Array 0 if raid) (where the Operating System will be installed)

    drive 1 (or Array 1 if raid) (if present) drive 2 (or Array 2 if raid) (if present) drive 3 (or Array 3 if raid) (if present) drive 4 (or Array 4 if raid) (if present)

    first NIC card (ethernet) or leave the default DTR test values: 10.1.1.200 255.0.0.0
    IP address
    Network mask
    Default gateway or leave blank to set this later
    DNS server or leave blank to set this later

    second NIC card (if any) or leave the default DTR test values: 192.168.20.100 255.255.255.0
    IP address (cannot be in same subnet as first NIC)
    Network mask

    Firewall
    High
    Medium
    No firewall (DTR default)

    COM1 serial port, I usually prefer
    test only but leave unconfigured
    modem, if ordered
    UPS cable, if UPS ordered
    UniBasic Passport device, if ordered

    COM2 serial port is not available on many systems. If available, I usually prefer
    test only but leave unconfigured
    modem, if ordered
    UPS cable, if UPS ordered
    UniBasic Passport device, if ordered

    root password (should not be a dictionary word or name)
    GRUB password (should not be a dictionary word or name)

    Install any critical patches

    Optional packages that DTR will install by default unless you deselect them here:
    Administration Tools
    Development Tools (C compiler)
    DNS (Domain Name Server)
    Editors (vi)
    Graphical Internet (e.g. Mozilla)
    Gnome Desktop Environment
    KDE Desktop Environment
    kernel development (sometimes needed to add new devices)
    FTP server
    Legacy Network server (e.g. rsh, telnet)
    Mail server
    Network servers (e.g. dhcp)
    Printing
    Server Configuration Tools
    System Tools
    X Windows (Graphical User Interface)
    Web Server (Apache, Squid)
    Windows File Server (Samba)

    Optional packages that DTR usually does not install unless you select them here:
    SWAT - allows SAMBA to be configured via a web browser
    Authoring and Publishing (e.g. DocBook, TeX)
    Engineering and Scientific
    Games
    Graphics
    Gnome Software Development
    Legacy Software Development
    KDE Software Development
    MySQL Database
    News server
    Office/Productivity (OpenOffice and/or Koffice word processing and spread sheets ~ 300 MB)
    Sound and Video
    SQL Database Server (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL)
    Text-based Internet (e.g. lynx)
    X Software Development

    Will you be moving any hardware from an older system to this system? In some cases, we can help by pre-configuring this hardware or by warning you about potential conflicts:

    Any other special instructions or requests:

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