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CentOS 6.1 appears a day after RHEL 6.2 comes out

12-15-2011
CentOS 6.1 appears a day after RHEL 6.2 comes out

LINUX DISTRIBUTION CentOS has finally released CentOS 6.1 for i386 and x86-64 architectures.

CentOS, which is based upon Red Hat's Enterprise Linux (RHEL), has been falling behind in recent releases from the upstream RHEL distribution to the point where some observers were worried about its future. But just a day after Red Hat announced RHEL 6.2, the CentOS team released CentOS-6.1.

As CentOS is built from RHEL, it's no surprise that CentOS-6.1 is pretty much RHEL 6.1, which was released back in May. Back then RHEL 6.1 was mainly full of security patches and bug fixes, with updates to storage capabilities, virtualisation and resource management.

Although CentOS 6.1 is essentially RHEL 6.1, the development team has modified the Linux kernel, Firefox, Apache HTTPD, yum and a number of other packages. As is standard, all Red Hat branding has been removed along with a number of Red Hat specific packages.

Source: The Inquirer
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