I am trying to install Scientific Linux 6.1 (which is literally RedHat Enterprise Linux without the branding) by booting its installer from my USB drive.
The installer starts fine, but two things happened:
- My USB drive appears as /dev/sda while my internal hard disk (the one I want to install the OS onto) is /dev/sdb. However, I would like my hard disk to be /dev/sda so that when I remove my USB drive after installation, my system can boot OK. How can I change this?
- Even though the installer starts, once I start the actual installation I get an error saying the installer can't find the "ISO 9001" install image.
Might these two issues be related? I would appreciate any suggestions... Thanks.