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Introduzione

Benvenuti alla versione 6.0 di CentOS. CentOS è una distribuzione Linux di classe Enterprise derivata dai sorgenti liberamente messi a disposizione al pubblico dal nostro "Upstream OS Provider" (UOP)1.

CentOS è pienamente conforme con le regole di ridistribuzione del nostro UOP e ha come obiettivo esserne 100% compatibile a livello binario. (CentOS modifica i pacchetti principalmente per rimuoverne eventuali marchi e contenuto artistico originali)

CentOS 6.0 mette in campo molti cambiamenti rispetto alle precedenti versioni.

CentOS 6.0 è stata completamente ricompilata utilizzando un sistema di build più moderno e controlli delle librerie per verificare la compatibilità binaria upstream.

Abbiamo deciso di non seguire il modello con Codici di Installazione forniti dall'UOP. Tutte le opzioni e gli add-ons ('channels') sono disponibili all'Amministratore di Sstema già durante l'installazione.

Similmente alla prassi dell'upstream vendor, non c'è un metodo supportato per 'aggiornare' un installazione di una versione principale CentOS precedente (al momento CentOS 5 o CentOS 4) ad una nuova versione principale. This is not a CentOS imposed limitation, but rather reflects the upstream's approach on this matter. People who feel adventuresome and want to experiment are reminded to take and test backups first. As a note to people who attempt the upgrade in spite of this warning, such as by the unsupported upgradeany option from the media install command line, please note that you will need to manually retrieve the current centos-release package, manually do a rpm -e --nodeps removal of the prior centos-release package, and then manually install the CentOS 6 centos-release package, before yum can have any chance of working properly.

Please read through the other sections before trying an install or reporting an issue. Release Notes for the CentOS-6.0 minimal.iso are available here.

Media di Installazione e sha1sum

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i386 media and their sha1sums are:
fcf49e875cd4494f2af68cf257ab9e93523c9427  CentOS-6.0-i386-bin-DVD.iso
862815623d2e7990207dd78a281837c7eb719e83  CentOS-6.0-i386-netinstall.iso
7264fcdae164501384c68a84f4e5ae26111413c4  CentOS-6.0-i386-minimal.iso
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x86_64 media and their sha1sums are:
9de87b0c696ebd72b952edb4cc06c24cbdc37d81  CentOS-6.0-x86_64-bin-DVD1.iso
5e3834621f11fbcca78cf7d70625c647045f45f5  CentOS-6.0-x86_64-bin-DVD2.iso
23f9e606cbcbd52d2e5df3716a85cdde336f7bfe  CentOS-6.0-x86_64-netinstall.iso
fea3f0c576e256c41ad4587a6a7c0aedb59dd593  CentOS-6.0-x86_64-minimal.iso
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Known Issues

Packages and Applications

Packages modified by CentOS

  • abrt
  • anaconda
  • firefox
  • httpd
  • kabi-whitelists
  • kernel
  • luci
  • openssl098
  • plymouth
  • report
  • xulrunner
  • yum

Packages removed from CentOS that are included upstream

  • abrt-plugin-bugzilla
  • redhat-release-*
  • redhat-release-notes*
  • rhnlib
  • rhn-check
  • rhn-client-tools
  • rhnsd
  • rhn-setup
  • rhn-setup-gnome
  • yum-rhn-plugin

Packages added by CentOS that are not included upstream

  • centos-release

How to help and get help

As a CentOS user there are various ways you can help out with the CentOS community. Take a look at our Contribute page for further information on how to get involved.

Special Interest Groups

CentOS consists of different Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that bring together people with similar interests. The following SIGs already exist:

And we encourage people to join any of these SIGs or start up a new SIG, e.g.

Mailinglists and Fora

Another way you can help others in the community is by actively helping and resolving problems that users come up against in the mailing lists and the fora.

Wiki and Website

Even as an inexperienced CentOS user we can use your help. Because we like to know what problems you encountered, if you had problems finding specific information, how you would improve documentation so it becomes more accessible. This kind of feedback is as valuable to others as it would have been to you so your involvement is required to make CentOS better.

So if you want to help out and improve our documentation and Wiki, register on the Wiki or subscribe to the centos-docs mailing list.

Further Reading

The following websites contain large amounts of information to help people with their CentOS systems :

Thanks

We thank everyone involved for helping us produce this product.

Copyright (C) 2011 The CentOS Project


Manuals/ReleaseNotes/CentOS6.0/Italian (last edited 2011-10-03 06:48:23 by GianlucaCecchi)