The other day I burnt a copy of a CentOS 6.4 64 bit netinstall disc,
verified the disc which passed & about a third of the way through the
install it informed me that there was no CD in the drive & refused to
So I burnt another & the same thing happened.
I've added the CentOS 6 Updates yum repository to my RHEL 6.4 machine. That's because RHEL doesn't ship with the php-snmp package - and the easiest one to find is on the CentOS site. Anyways, this appears to work okay in my environment - no problems I see.
My questions are if this is an acceptable practice - keeping the original RHEL yum repositories active and adding the CentOS to the mix?
I was going to install Linux as a dual boot on my old Compaq presario laptop which has Windows XP. When I purchased this laptop in '06, it had a sticker on the front saying 512 MB RAM. When I go under computer properties, device manager, it only says 384MB RAM! I'm wondering how much RAM I really have on this computer?
CentOS developer Karanbir Singh has announced the availability of CentOS 6.0 for download.CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a Linux-based operating system that is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Unlike RHEL, it is a community project but, like RHEL, its target users are the enterprise users. One of the best feature of CentOS is its 100% binary compatibility with RHEL.
Centos only follow what Redhat do so Xen will continue to be supported on Centos 5 for as long as RH support it in RHEL. In Centos 6, if RHEL6 has no xen then Centos 6 will have no xen either. Redh... [by TrevorH]