Hello,I have a little question about CentOS, and sorry about my stupid question, I'm beginner in linux systems ! :)On Debian, it's possible to download the minimal... [by Evelations]
on 04/02/2010 – Made popular on 04/02/2010
My background is biology and not experienced at all with anything related to coding or programming, but just beginning. I have recently partitioned my old pc (with windows Vista) and installed CentOS Linux 7. I am trying to learn Linux. For a beginner, I have a problem and a question.
Problem: I cannot get windows anymore on the computer.
Get Centos -> download
Minimal Install Images point to 6.5
http://wiki.centos.org/Manuals/ReleaseNotes/CentOSMinimalCD7.0on the website
After three weeks of continuous testing, CentOS project team finally on Mon July 7the 2014 released CentOS Linux 7 for 64 bit x86 compatible systems. This is the first major release for CentOS 7 and actual version is 7.0-1406. This newly released CentOS 7.0 is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution...
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