I have a desktop PC which does not have a CD drive and does not have access to the Internet or other networks.
I want to install Red Hat Linux 9.0 "Shrike" on it using a 8GB USB flash drive.
I have made a bootable USB drive using LinuxLive USB Creator.
When I try to install from it, I see that the installation starts and I see the Red Hat Logo and all that and after that it is asking for the device from which to make the install.
Obviously I don't see a USB option in there. I tried to choose HDD and tried to find my UDB drive, but to no avail. I have other options like network install (FTP and HTTP) which I cannot use.
So how can I achieve this?
I am not installing it in a VM; I am trying to install it on a physical machine.
Edit: I just want to install RHL9.0 for a number of reasons, which I cannot explain here. I would be glad if I could just get a solution for this (And I do use Fedora too and I also know about CentOS. But now I want to install shrike