I have moved some of my stuff to CentOS 6.Not that I maintain a lot of servers, but ... ;)I was already running php 5.3 series so migration pain of php version quirks isn't ... [by HerpGuy]
The Windows guest moved without issue. The CentOS 6 guest moved without issue. I can not get a CentOS 5.x guest running kernel-xen + tap aio to boot correctly. Has anyone had issues? The boot proce... [by pjwelsh]
has anyone been using cachefs with 6.x series? i have tried using it but i
keep getting hung processes after 2 weeks.
ATM, running 6.3 but was curious if its more stable on Centos 6.5?
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I am in trouble downgrading PHP on centos 6 My application server was running on Fedora 8 and now i have moved to Centos 6 but there is problem with PHP, the framework developed in php 5.2 is not supported in PHP 5.3 or upper version in Centos so I am trying to downgrade PHP but i am facing lot of problems with dependencies and also i have tried with Source Package but not susceed if any body doin
I manage several Fedora 14 servers. They was not upgraded due to
several reasons (systemd unreliability, K12LTSP support absence),
some newer packages I was building & updating manually, some
other (OpenOffice, Mozilla) was possible update from projects
Now I consider the options to migrate them to Centos 6, possibly
the easiest possible way.
On 1 December 2013, CentOS project team has announced the release of CentOS 6.5 Enterprise Linux for both i386 and x86_64 system architecture. This release was their fifth update in the CentOS 6.x series and bundled with lots of new features, new functionalities and many bug fixes. CentOS 6.5 is an...
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I have a fresh install of Centos 7 server. I would like to use my AD users
to login via ssh into this Centos server. In version 6 I had to configure
/etc/nslcd.conf and pam.
Do you know any good tutorials or do yo have any advise how to start and
which packets I need.
Thanks for answers.
I ran into kind of a problem today, maybe you guys can help me resolve:
I'm running Windows 8.1, CentOS 6.5 and Kubuntu 14.04 on my laptop and I'm usually working under CentOS. But since I needed to use some Windows software, I had to copy some files (1.5 GB) from my CentOS-partition to the Windows partition, since Windows can't read my Linux partitions.