Distro: CentOS

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  1. LinuxDotOrg

    LinuxDotOrg Administrator

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    "CentOS is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor. CentOS conforms fully with the upstream vendor's redistribution policy and aims to be 100% binary compatible. (CentOS mainly changes packages to remove upstream vendor branding and artwork.) CentOS is free.


    CentOS is developed by a small but growing team of core developers. In turn the core developers are supported by anactive user community including system administrators, network administrators, enterprise users, managers, core Linux contributors and Linux enthusiasts from around the world.

    CentOS has numerous advantages over some of the other clone projects including: an active and growing user community, quickly rebuilt, tested, and QA'ed errata packages, an extensive mirror network, developers who are contactable and responsive, multiple free support avenues including IRC Chat, Mailing Lists, Forums, a dynamic FAQ."[1]

    Please visit CentOS.org and support their distribution at http://www.centos.org/modules/tinycontent/index.php?id=23
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  2. gofmawr

    gofmawr New Member

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    This introduction to CentOS is encouraging. I have explored several distros in the past, but always found it so different from Windows that I gave up.

    Now I am not working full time, I mean to persevere.
  3. Kovax

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    I really enjoy CentOS. Its my favorite free distro.

    Kovax
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  4. frank kyeyune augustines

    frank kyeyune augustines New Member

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    its great but if u dont know the commands ur done.
  5. Kovax

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    For those that dont like command line there is a free tool call Webmin (http://www.webmin.com/). It is a tool that I used when I first learned Linux. It was very helpful at the time and as my skills grew I no longer needed a GUI. You can always use the MAN pages to also help you with commands.
  6. chimichurri

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    centOS is 4 servers !!!

    don't u get it folks???
  7. Kovax

    Kovax Member

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    I know that
  8. 擎天節度

    擎天節度 New Member

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    I'm learning CentOS now,I've installed CentOS7 in my notebook as a host system.I like it very much,but there are many knowledge waiting for me to learning.
  9. JOSEPHINE SENAM ANYAH

    JOSEPHINE SENAM ANYAH New Member

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    am really finding it difficult in installing and even using it on my VMWare....
  10. viviansam

    viviansam New Member

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    What I know about CentOS is that it is a created using RedHat Enterprise Linux source code. CentOS may have all the features of original RedHat Enterprise Linux.

    CentOS DVD file size is huge about 4 GB.

    Is there any good CentOS installation tutorial here?

    Can I learn RedHat Enterprise Linux using CentOS?
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  11. Pravin Gavimath

    Pravin Gavimath New Member

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    I'm learning about the cent os 6 now i installed in my pc
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  12. viviansam

    viviansam New Member

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    "CentOS is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor"

    That North American Vendor is RedHat. :)
  13. ZHANG/ZHIKUN

    ZHANG/ZHIKUN New Member

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    never try it. could you compare it with debian in some detail? for i am familier with debian.
  14. Larry

    Larry New Member

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    CentOS has been building my career for the past 8 years with my entry into WHM/cPanel. Now, I'm cPanel certified and I'm glad I stuck with learning CentOS!

    Debian was my first, still my favorite OS, but CentOS by far fills my wallet up more. :)

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