Welcome to the CentOS fora.You can do that by editing /etc/issue and /etc/issue.netYou should not be installing obsolete releases with known bugs and security issues. The cu... [by pschaff]
on 02/16/2010 – Made popular on 02/16/2010
First, you should immediately update to the current release 5.7. 5.4 is seriously obsolete and has numerous known bugs and security issues that have been fixed in subsequent updates. Obsolete relea... [by pschaff]
Sounds like the problem is on the Windows systems, not on CentOS. I can't help commenting that 5.3 is seriously obsolete and has numerous known bugs and security issues that have been fixed i... [by pschaff]
Stable releases of Debian GNU/Linux don't come very often - usually only once every two or three years. Naturally, the developers do keep a watchful eye on any security issues and major bugs in between these major releases and, from time to time, issue a so-called "point" release.