Thanks TrevorH for your response. Apparently there is no way to correct this so I'm erasing the 2 partitions where CentOS 6 is installed and will try to install CentOS 6.2. Please close this t... [by gdawg]
on 03/02/2012 – Made popular on 03/02/2012
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]
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've been trying several combinations of OSX, CentOS to try and get CentOS
installed on an old iMac. I finally first installed OS X, then installed
CentOS in the open space after OS X. With refit installed and selecting
CentOS, it starts booting but get a screen that a boot device can't e
found. So I then install Xubuntu with the option to replace OS X.
Has anyone installed Fail2Ban on Centos 7 yet? It isn't found in the
EPEL repo. Is there a package available?
CentOS mailing list
I have a problem with installing yum in CentOS (version 5.3, 64bits). My CentOS not yet install yum, so i can't install other package that I need. I found out one article that show how to install yum on CentOS (both 32bits and 64bits), but it doesn't work for me.
I'm trying to find the correct vpn plugin so I can vpn in to a server. The
server requirements are vpn server, username/password and shared secret.
I've installed a few vpn plugins, but I haven't found the correct one that
has the shared secret option. Anyone know which one it is?
Let's make sure you did the correct thing: first step is to grab the correct package from one of the CentOS mirrors. I picked one in the UK since that's where I am and where your IP addre... [by TrevorH]