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What is Centos?
1. Centos is a free clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and aims to be 100% binary compatible with RHEL.
2. Centos is a time-tested stable Linux distribution designed to run enterprise level servers.
3. Centos has a 7 year lifecycle. Which means it will receive security updates, bug fixes and package enhancements for up to 7 years from the date of release.
Where do I download Centos?
* Visit the official mirror list at: http://www.centos.org to download the latest DVD, CD, PXE or network install images.
* Read the documentation at: http://wiki.centos.org for in-depth documentation and detailed information about Centos.
How do I get support?
* Try to solve the problem yourself first by checking the Centos wiki, Centos mailing lists, Google or this website.
* See the Maximizing Help section here on this website for some proven methods of obtaining positive solutions to your problems.
* Join Freenode IRC network and join the official Centos support channel at: #centos or feel free to chat about anything in #centos-social.
* Read the Official Centos IRC rules of conduct before joining to familiarize yourself with how things are done.
* Currently supported versions: 7.1.x, 6.6, 5.11
* Currently NON-supported versions: 4.8, 3.9, 2.1 (EOL End-Of-Life)
Find out more about how to help
* Do you think you have a howto, link, or other resource that should be included here?
* Are you interested in creating howtos here?
* Have you found an error or do you think something here should be removed, added or edited?
* Send an email to: admin at centoshelp.org with a brief description of what you’re looking for or your questions or concerns.
* Join the #centos IRC help channel and pitch in or just watch and learn.
Donate to Centos
* Click the URL to be redirected to the official http://www.centos.org donation portal.
* A team of dedicated users and administrators in the community works hard for FREE to bring you this distribution and keep it up to date for you. Servers and bandwith are not free and any support is greatly appreciated. Please consider a donation to centos.org.