CentOS 6.4 Step by Step Installation Guide with Screenshots

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  1. mohammad imran says:

    Good morning sir
    i am working on ATVM(automatic Ticket vendor machine) project in linux but i can not understand how to start this project my project requirement is :
    * TCP/IP with DNS, DHCP support
    * Telnet, FTP,RSH,Rexec,SSH, Cron. Rlogin
    * Embedded oS and S/W(total size less than 400 MB)
    * Embedded Linux with X-window interface
    * java run time environment.
    Remote managment software support:
    * configure of IP, User Profile programming and soft reset
    * remote and unattended updation of os:
    * Remote monitoring Of system status
    * support: Disk on Key support
    * Security: Password Protected setup for Terminal Configuration

  2. saud says:

    I have installed Linux 6.4 using basic devices after that I have installed windows 7 ultimate but now my Linux works fine but windows shows black screen. Please help

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