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-Make a Fedora Workstation 29 USB botting disk. 
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-1. Download Fedora Media Writer. 
-https://​getfedora.org/​workstation/​download/​ 
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-2. Install the Fedora Media Writer. 
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-3. Make the Fedora Workstation 29 USB booting disk. 
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-A. Insert an USB stick to the PC’s USB port. The USB stick should be bigger than 4GB size. 
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-B. Download Fedora Workstation 29 and create an USB image. ​ 
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-C. Complete the Fedora Workstation 29 USB booting disk. 
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-Boot sMS-1000SQ by the Fedora workstation 29 USB booting disk. 
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-1. Insert the Fedora workstation 29 USB booting disk to the sMS-1000SQ’s USB port. 
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-2. Connect a monitor and keyboard to the sMS-1000SQ and power up. 
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-3. Press F10 button at the same time when powering up the sMS-1000SQ to go to the boot disk selection screen. 
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-4. Select the connected USB stick and start booting. ​ 
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-5. Select the first menu and keep proceeding the booting. 
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-6. After completing the booting, if you can see a cursor on the left upper side, press Ctrl+Atl+F2 to go to PROMPT status. 
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-7. Enter root for login. 
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-Download and install Eunhasu x86 OS image. 
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-1. Check the installation disk for Eunhasu x86 OS. 
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-A. Precaution before the installation. 
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-i. If a SSD is installed into the sMS-1000SQ, /dev/sda is the disk for Eunhasu OS installation normally. If two more SSDs are installed into the sMS-1000SQ, 3 partitioned disk is the Eunhasu OS installation disk.  ​ 
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-ii. So the correct disk should be selected for Eunhasu OS installation,​ and if the wrong disk is selected, the music file could be deleted. 
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-iii. Or, it’s better to remove the hardware connection to other storage drives completely to avoid any confusion. ​ 
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-B. Check the disk. 
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-[root@localhost-live ~]# ls /dev 
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-C. [root@localhost-live ~]# fdisk -l /dev/sda 
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-2. Create the mount directory and mount the installation image. ​ 
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-[root@localhost-live ~]# mkdir /img 
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-[root@localhost-live ~]# mount -t nfs sotmaudio.myds.me:/​volume2/​img /img 
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-[root@localhost-live ~]# ls /img 
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-3. Install the mounted Eunhasu image. ​ 
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-[root@localhost-live ~]# dd if=/​img/​eunhasu_x86_v0.4.51.img of=/dev/sda bs=4M status=progress 
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-4. Increase partitions. 
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-[root@localhost-live ~]# sh /​img/​step1.sh 
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-Complete installation and boot up with Eunhasu. 
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-1. Remove the USB booting disk, and restart sMS-1000SQ. ​ 
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