and 2) Don't go live on CentOS 6.0, you need to upgrade to 6.3 before you go live. Just run `yum update` and the rest will happen but 6.0 is old, buggy and contains numerous security fl... [by TrevorH]
on 11/27/2012 – Made popular on 11/27/2012
has there ever been any talk of being able to upgrade via live CD/DVD ??? I am just curious if that would may e be a little less buggy than the update manager.
I'm not knocking the update manager cuz I wouldn't have 11.10 without it as for some reason (and I believe its just a lack of drivers for newer hardware) the 11.10 disk won't even boot on my computer.
I haven't been able to find a specific answer on this in my Googling, so I figure maybe someone has an answer for me or can point me in the right direction.
I have 2 servers both running CentOS 6.3. One is a dev server and the other is the live server. I make all changes on the dev server, test them out, and then copy them to the live server once I'm satisfied.
I finally did the software update but the current live wallpaper that I was using - the Aurora Live one that was preinstalled/on my SGNote when I got it - is missing from the Live Wallpaper category of wallpapers, even though the rest of them are there.
I really liked that wallpaper and missed it, and can't seem to find another copy of it in the play store. Any help to getting it back?
Your first step should be to run `yum update` and try a kernel that is not 4 years old! If the rest of your system is at a similar level then you have numerous unpatched vulnerabilities present and... [by TrevorH]
CentOS 5.5 has been out of support for about 2 years already. The latest and supported release of CentOS 5 is 5.9 and is easily upgraded to by running `yum update` although the presence of c... [by TrevorH]