CentOS 7.1 Released: Installation Guide with Screenshots

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11 Responses

  1. Man says:

    VNC on Centos 7 just only ask for password but not user name. I am configure the right or wrong?

  2. Michael Henderson says:

    I was trying to load centos 7 and this setup is a RAID 1 . The install does not recognize any disk. How can I load the driver for it to see the drive?

  3. Piyush says:

    Learning lot of things from you guys.

  4. Rafael says:

    what about fixing display brightness? could you post the solution step by step here?

  5. Prashant says:

    After Installation Centos 7.1 after a week automatically it went in Emergency Mode And it Happen Twice time. First Time I Formatted And Reinstall Centos But Again It Happened ?

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      That is very strange. How is it possible that it runs OK for 1 week and then break?
      I believe one/more application of your’s is playing nasty. What you installed/modified/changed before it braked?
      Please let me know.

  6. kishor says:

    the screen-shot for the 19th step is wrong

  7. Eddie G. says:

    Hello! Thanks for the great article! I was wondering how it looked and what it came equipped with this time around (CEntOS that is!) I wonder if you guys will ever do openSuSE Sever coverage? or Zentyal….or maybe something “newer”? Like ChaletOS or BlackLab Linux?….justy curious….thanks again for the excellent article….going to install this right NOW! LoL!

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