Updating suse linux 9 2

12-Apr-2020 16:48

Software Collections (SCL) is a Cent OS repository that provides a set of dynamic programming languages, database servers, and various related packages.

Provided software versions are either more recent than their equivalent versions included in the base Cent OS distribution, or are made available as official Cent OS packages for the first time.

Cent OS version numbers for releases older than 7.0 have two parts, a major version and a minor version, which correspond to the major version and update set of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) used to build a particular Cent OS release.Minimal CD images contain a minimum of packages required for a functional installation, with no compromises in security or network usability.These minimal images use the standard Cent OS installer with all of its regular features minus the selection of packages.SIGs have the freedom to modify and enhance Cent OS in various ways, including adding more cutting-edge software, rebuilding existing packages depending on the requirements, providing alternative desktop environments, or making Cent OS available on otherwise unsupported architectures.A Live CD version of Cent OS is available at mirror.

Cent OS version numbers for releases older than 7.0 have two parts, a major version and a minor version, which correspond to the major version and update set of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) used to build a particular Cent OS release.

Minimal CD images contain a minimum of packages required for a functional installation, with no compromises in security or network usability.

These minimal images use the standard Cent OS installer with all of its regular features minus the selection of packages.

SIGs have the freedom to modify and enhance Cent OS in various ways, including adding more cutting-edge software, rebuilding existing packages depending on the requirements, providing alternative desktop environments, or making Cent OS available on otherwise unsupported architectures.

A Live CD version of Cent OS is available at mirror.

Some of the ISO images released by the Cent OS project have no direct upstream equivalents.