There have been many changes made to make the Red Hat Linux installation process easier. Here's a list:
Let's take a look at each one in a bit more detail.
The Red Hat Linux 5.2 installation program now includes pre-defined installation classes. Workstation and server modes automatically handle partitioning and basic defaults. The installation program's previous behavior has been retained as the custom class, and can be used for complete control over the installation process.
For more information on the installation classes, please refer to section 2.6.
The Red Hat Linux 5.2 Installation Guide has been improved with:
The Red Hat Linux 5.2 installation program now supports systems with more than one SCSI adapter.
Disk Druid is now supported on the SPARC and Alpha versions of Red Hat Linux.