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I did purchase a set of servers, that normally doesn't allow manual installation of an operating system. It comes with a CD and it only allows a specific operating system.

Here can I ask about how to manually install an operating system on a server that initially does not permit?

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    I appreciate that you make the effort to ask before if a question is welcome on out site, but both of your meta questions are really vague. More details would be helpful. – Sven Mar 25 '15 at 17:14
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    It also doesn't help if you delete the question before anyone has read it! – Michael Hampton Mar 25 '15 at 21:02
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Without knowing the specifics, I guess it might have a good chance of

  • being about an unsupported environment. If the vendor only supports FooOS on it's devices and you want to to run a strange port of BarOS on it, this would fit this description.
  • is about some kind of policy/licensing/whatever circumvention.

both of which would make it off-topic. Please name the products in the question, so we don't need to discuss FooOS....

  • Just asked it, as all the components I'm working with is main stream (servers, OS) hopefully I will get an answer for my problem. – Seyed Mar 25 '15 at 18:01
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I doubt that your question would be well received, when all is said and done, purchasing hardware that has specific OS requirements and then trying to install a different OS is somewhat outside reasonable business information technology management practices.

Having said that the litmus test is to just ask and see what happens.

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    Actually you asked it on AskUbuntu which is probably as good a place as any. – Iain Mar 25 '15 at 18:47

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