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CentOS 6.0

Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by HeffeD, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. HeffeD

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    The mirrors are finally synched and live for the CentOS 6.0 release.

    www.centos.org - The Community ENTerprise Operating System

    I'm downloading it now so I don't know if any great advancements have been made, but I've always felt that CentOS was a little basic compared to other Linux distros. (Not that basic is necessarily a bad thing)
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    If you happen to be running CentOS 5.6, unless you need an updated Kernel, I really can't see the point in upgrading to 6.0.

    There is really nothing groundbreaking in this release. In fact, surprisingly enough, this release is still bundled with Firefox 3.6x. :s
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    Well it's basically a RHEL 6 clone. RHEL is for servers and workstations where absolute code stability is needed. So yeah, you don't even get the latest FF ;)

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