Linux text installation is really fast & easy installation mode for Linux. There is only slit difference then graphical installation.
There is no special requirement for this installation. Lets proceed for the same

Put the DVD or CD in drive & boot the system.

For Installation on text mode, write “linux text”

then Press enter.

This is second screen comes after the installation beginning.

This screen is for the checking the media,you can even skip this if you are sure about your media.

skip it.

Running anaconda. Anaconda is system installer of Linux, this checks the basic compatibility of hardware with operating system(OS)

This is welcome screen from RED HAT Enterprise Linux before starting the Installation.

Press enter for OK.

This is simply a chose for language for installation time.

Press enter for OK.

This is for the keyboard selection.

Press enter for OK. 

Installation Number, this feature comes with RHEL5 only.

As we all know Linux in open source, you can skip it.

Then, Press enter for OK.

Again for installation number from RED HAT site.

Press enter for OK. 

This is for the disk using in installation procedure. you can see the disk displayed on screen using in installation. There are four various ways for using it on installation.
We chose the “create custom layout “, with this we can self make the partition of hard disk for installation.
Then, Press enter for OK.

This screen displayed the various option that can used for Disk partition.

This is small demo how can we make partition of hard disk.
This partition is /boot having all boot specific files.
Press enter for OK.

Actually if we deep in Linux partition system, there are various types mount point required but we only gives here demo for essential ones.

This is swap space act as virtual memory in Linux.
trend is make double the swap space of your RAM but only till 4 GB of RAM. As the RAM exceeds the 4 GB only 1 GB added.
like for 5 GB RAM swap space will be 9 GB.

Press enter for OK.

This is top level filesystem in Linux filesystem hierarchy, which contains all of mount points of Linux system.

Press enter for OK. 

This is choose for boot loader, this can useful for the advanced users. they need or need not boot loader in case dual-boot system.

Press enter for OK. 

This is again advanced user option for kernel perimeter for boot time.

Press enter for OK. 

This is boot loader password, this prevent the editing on boot loader at the time of system boot.

You can use it with select it with “space” button & give your password.

Press enter for OK.

This is like boot Map, which gives you the knowledge about the Boot sectors & also the displayed name for them. you can make some edit over them as well with the edit button.

Here you can see there is slit changes are made for boot label.

Press enter for OK.

This is an important part of Linux installation but majorly ignore or not change. this make the boot loader on first sector of hard disk.

Press enter for OK.

This is something to configure the Ethernet card eth0.

Press enter for OK.

This is initial configuration perimeter for eth0. select IPv4 with “space” button.

This is for choosing of manual(static) or dynamic IP configuration. choose as per your requirement.

Press enter for OK.

Enter the Gateway and DNS entries for the system.

Press enter for OK.

Manual or automatic assignation of Host name of the machine.
Press enter for OK. 

Select your respective Time-zone.
Press enter for OK.

Give your “root” user password.

Press enter for OK.

Select the required Packages during the installation.

Press enter for OK.

Select them one by one for installation.

Press enter for OK.

Its checking for the dependices.

Press enter for OK.

All the boot logs are stored in /root/install.log file for post installation.

Press enter for OK.

Before installing the Packages its start formatting all the mount points.

Now it start installing the packages, here you can see the small summary over each package.

Its DONE… reboot it…

IN Short we will Start this Post. Before This You can see my video on This.