Unable to install Linux: Wrong Version of Linux Operating System

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I am receiving this error upon starting the installation of Linux:

Checking installer requirements…

Checking operating system version: must be redhat-3, SuSE-9, redhat-4, UnitedLinux-1.0, asianux-1 or asianux-2

Failed

What option can I use in order to resolve this? What version of Linux is needed for this? And also, what are the complete system requirements on installing Linux?

 

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Unable to install Linux: Wrong Version of Linux Operating System

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The reasons that may cause Linux installation error are categorised into three and are easy to identify. This categories are configuration errors and this are as a result of a problem with configuration. The second category is the make problem and this are self made errors thus lack of following instruction. Your error is an installation error and this may be mainly caused by not having permission or what is called root permission. You should first get this then you will easily install following the simple instructions that you are given. Also check that your operating system matches the needs of a Linux operating system. Follow the steps without skipping any and the installation will be successful.

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