|| ||Karanbir Singh <kbsingh-AT-centos.org> |
|| ||CentOS Announcements List <centos-announce-AT-centos.org> |
|| ||[CentOS-announce] Release for CentOS-6.1 LiveDVD i386 and x86_64 |
|| ||Sat, 10 Dec 2011 00:27:05 +0000|
|| ||Article, Thread
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of CentOS-6.1
LiveDVD for i386 and x86_64 architectures.
Detailed Release Notes are available at
The CentOS-6.1 LiveDVD is meant to be a Linux environment suited to be
run directly from either DVD media or USB storage devices. It does not
need any persistent storage on a machine, which also makes it a suitable
The LiveDVDs are setup to run as full desktop environments and include
most of the applications used in this role.
The CentOS-6.1 LiveDVD is released to all external mirrors and available
for download now. List of mirrors is available at these urls :
Due to the size of these DVDs, torrents have also been released and are
being seeded at this time. The torrents are available at:
Once you download the images, its important to verify contents using the
sha256sum utility, against the published sums here.
You can now install the Live environment to your hard disk (which wasn't
possible with the 5.x Live medias). Please note that you need more that
512Mb of ram to be able to use that ?install to hard drive' feature (If
you have less than 512Mb of ram, you can install to disk but in
text-mode, meaning that instead of clicking on the desktop icon, you
have to launch a gnome-terminal and launch the ?liveinst' command from
within the terminal)
There is no upstream Live media product. The Live media produced within
the CentOS Project is based on and around the livemedia tools from the
These LiveDVD only contains content found within the primary CentOS-6.1
distribution. No package from outside the distribution was included and
no package has been changed from whats included in the base distribution.
We appreciate all forms of feedback about these LiveDVD, including
specific application inclusion requests or feature changes in future
releases. The best place to provide this feedback is via the
centos-devel mailing list ( http://lists.centos.org/ ) and feature
requests via the issue tracker ( http://bugs.centos.org/ ).
Special thanks to Fabian Arrotin for taking up the LiveCD and LiveDVD
efforts, and to everyone on the QA team who worked through the issues
and helped build, test and release these images.
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