CentOS LiveCD 6.5 Release Notes
Last updated: Nov 30th, 2013
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The CentOS Development team is pleased to announce the availability of the CentOS LiveCD 6.5 for both i386 and x86_64 architectures. These LiveCD are based on our CentOS-6.5 i386 and x86_64 distributions.
You can get the CentOS LiveCD 6.5 from the CentOS mirrors:
- Filename: CentOS-6.5-i386-LiveCD.iso
- Size: 674234368 (643M)
- MD5Sum: b9d485a1e60f6cca881313d0c421311c
- SHA1Sum: 3cf41ef12362ad363ff0650c703d3d045bcbfa7a
- Filename: CentOS-6.5-x86_64-LiveCD.iso
- Size: 680525824 (649M)
- MD5Sum: 8c37390fa5d932d03feb05fba13fe92e
- SHA1Sum: 690ccc84926a46152543a3cad57d983c9004638d
- SHA256Sum: 58b40b26415133ed2af8e2f53b73b5f2aa013723742ce17671b5bb1880a20a99
3. Packages and Applications
Due to space constraints, the following packages has been removed :
Due to dependencies, the following packages have been added :
4. Known Issues
The size of the overlay is still limited to 4096 MB on the official Centos Live media
5. 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.
5.1. Special Interest Groups
CentOS consists of different Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that bring together people with similar interests. The following SIGs already exist:
Artwork - create and improve artwork for CentOS releases and promotion
Promotion - help promoting CentOS online or at events
Virtualization - unite people around virtualization in CentOS
And we encourage people to join any of these SIGs or start up a new SIG, e.g.
- Alpha, S390, Sparc and PPC port - help with porting CentOS to other architectures
- Hardware compatibility - provide feedback about specific hardware
- RPM Packaging - contribute new useful RPM packages
- Translation - help translating the documentation, website and Wiki content
5.2. Mailinglists and Fora
5.3. 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.
6. Further Reading
The following websites contain large amounts of information to help people with their CentOS systems :
Upstream release notes and documentation : https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/6.5_Release_Notes/index.html
We thank everyone involved for helping us produce this product and would like to specifically acknowledge the extra effort made by the QA Team. Without them working almost 24/7 we couldn't have released this as fast as we did.
Copyright (C) 2013 The CentOS Project