CentOS 6.10 Installation Guide with Screenshots

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41 Responses

  1. Dupa says:

    Omg why used a so old distro why not centos7? CentOS is about to die like very soon

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Dupa,

      I understand your concerns, but CentOS 6 still used by many big companies as compared to CentOS 7. I know CentOS 6 will be end in November 30th 2020, so we have two more years to use this version.

  2. miss u says:

    what if i’m using flash drive as my installer and after I click reboot, it will be closed and the result after I unmount is CLI.
    I want a GUI.
    What will I do?

  3. Mayur says:

    Sir,

    Please post a tutorial regarding how to Dual Boot CentOS 6.x onwards with Windows 7.

    I have seen many posts but not getting concrete explaination.

    TIA!!

  4. FredF says:

    Hello,

    I have installed my radius server on centos 6.4 i386 and now I want to upgrade it to centos 6.5 x86_64.

    How can I proced?

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