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Installing CentOS 7 Server Minimal Build- Installation Guide



CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a free Linux operating system that has a 100% binary compatibility with RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux). This makes CentOS a very popular choice of distribution for use as a server. The following guide can be used to install a Minimal build CentOS 7.x server with Custom Disk Partition layout and a Static IP Address scheme. To download and install the latest version of CentOS, follow the CentOS link: CentOS 7.0 Installation Guide



Installing CentOS 7- Installation Guide



CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a free Linux operating system that has a 100% binary compatibility with RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux). This makes CentOS a very popular choice of distribution for use as a server. CentOS 7 is the latest version and has many new features such as "systemd" and "XFS" filesystem. To download and install the latest version of CentOS, follow the CentOS link: CentOS 7.0 Installation Guide



Installing CentOS 6.7 Minimal Build- Installation Guide



CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a free Linux operating system that has a 100% binary compatibility with RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux). This makes CentOS a very popular choice of distribution for use as a server. It is often used by Large Enterprises and ISPs as a popular choice for a web server. To download and install the latest version of CentOS 6.7 minimal build, follow the CentOS link: CentOS 6.7 Minimal Installation Guide



Installing CentOS 6.4- Installation Guide



CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a free Linux operating system that has a 100% binary compatibility with RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux). This makes CentOS a very popular choice of distribution for use as a server. It is often used by Large Enterprises and ISPs as a popular choice for a web server. To download and install the latest version of CentOS, follow the CentOS link: CentOS 6.4 Installation Guide