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Old 07-11-2007, 07:01 AM   #1
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LXer: CentOS announces CentOS 5 i386 Live CD


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The CentOS Development team is pleased to announce the availability of the CentOS 5 i386 Live CD. This CD is based on our CentOS-5.0 i386 distribution. This CD has a non writable /usr directory, which means it is not able to have software installed on it after boot up. That means that the purposes of this CD are to see if CentOS will boot/work on your hardware, to test some of the features of CentOS as a workstation, and to use as a Rescue CD.

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