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Release for CentOS-5.2 i386 and x86_64


CentOS announced the immediate availability of CentOS-5.2 for the i386 and x86_64 Architectures.

CentOS-5.2 is based on the upstream release EL 5.2.0, and includes
packages from all variants including Server and Client. All upstream
repositories have been combined into one, to make it easier for end
users to work with. And the option to further enable external
repositories at install time is now available in the installer. Please
note that adding non distro repositories might impact system RAM
requirements at install time. Refer to the CentOS Release Notes for
CentOS 5.2 for more details.

Further Arch support for PowerPC, IA64 and Sparc are planned and will be
released soon. These arch's will follow the existing pattern of release
to Beta first, and then to Final.

Since the netinstall iso was well received and made it easier for new
users to run network based installs, we have now made the netinstall.iso
  a standard part of the distro and will be published for all CentOS-5
releases from now.

In the last few weeks there have been updates released, and we strongly
recommand everyone does a yum update immediately after installation.

Updating from CentOS-5.0 and 5.1

If you are already running CentOS-5 ( either 5.0 or 5.1 ), all you need
to do is run :
"yum upgrade" on your machine, and that will bring in the new packages
from 5.2 and update your machine. Note that the command required is
'upgrade' and not the usual 'update'. Refer to the yum man page for
details on how those two differ in operation.

Should the CentOS-Base.repo file on your existing CentOS-5 install be
modified, you might need to pay more attention to the output from the
'yum upgrade' command. If the following command produces no output, your
CentOS-Base.repo file is intact :
rpm -V centos-release | grep CentOS-Base

Updating from CentOS-4, CentOS-3 or CentOS-2.1

The only recommended way to update from an earlier version of CentOS (
Version < 5 ) is to download and run a fresh install. In some cases,
running the installer with the 'upgradeany' option might also achieve
the desired results, however you are strongly recommended to look at the
CentOS Wiki where hints and notes about potential upgrade paths from
CentOS-4/3/2.1 to CentOS-5 are provided.

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