Index of /centos/6.10/isos/i386
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0_README.txt 03-Jul-2018 04:03 1.7K
CentOS-6.10-i386-LiveDVD.iso 30-Jun-2018 03:50 1.9G
CentOS-6.10-i386-LiveDVD.torrent 02-Jul-2018 10:41 38K
CentOS-6.10-i386-bin-DVD1.iso 29-Jun-2018 13:35 3.6G
CentOS-6.10-i386-bin-DVD1to2.torrent 02-Jul-2018 10:41 50K
CentOS-6.10-i386-bin-DVD2.iso 29-Jun-2018 13:36 1.3G
CentOS-6.10-i386-minimal.iso 29-Jun-2018 13:46 356M
CentOS-6.10-i386-minimal.torrent 02-Jul-2018 10:41 15K
CentOS-6.10-i386-netinstall.iso 29-Jun-2018 13:21 181M
CentOS-6.10-i386-netinstall.torrent 02-Jul-2018 10:41 7.7K
sha1sum.txt 30-Jun-2018 05:21 360
sha1sum.txt.asc 02-Jul-2018 08:42 1.2K
sha256sum.txt 30-Jun-2018 05:30 480
sha256sum.txt.asc 02-Jul-2018 08:43 1.3K
What images are in this directory
This is the network install and rescue image.
This image is designed to be burned onto a CD. You then boot your computer off the CD.
The aim of this image is to install a very basic CentOS 6.10 system, with the minimum of packages needed to have a functional system.
Please burn this image onto a CD and boot your computer off it. A preselected set of packages will be installed on your system. Everything else needs to be installed using yum.
The set of packages installed by this image is identical to the one installed when choosing the group named "Minimal" from the full DVD image.
These two dvd images contain the entire base distribution.
Please burn DVD1 onto a DVD and boot your computer off it.
A basic install will not need DVD2.
After the installation is complete, please run "yum update" in order to update your system.
This is a DVD live image of CentOS 6.10 designed to be burned onto a DVD. You then boot your computer using that DVD.
Please read http://wiki.centos.org/Manuals/ReleaseNotes/CentOSLiveDVD6.10 for more details about this image.
The disk can also be used to install CentOS 6.10 onto your computer but without offering any package selection options at install time.
Remember that in order to be able to partition your disk you will need to run the GUI installer which in turns needs enough RAM. The same is true for the network setup step.
The release notes ( http://wiki.centos.org/Manuals/ReleaseNotes/CentOS6.10 ) provide more details about these aspects.