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[Phoronix] Red Hat & CentOS Partner Up

Well, this was unexpected. Red Hat and CentOS have joined forces to "build a new CentOS, capable of driving forward development and adoption of next-generation open source technologies." CentOS will continue living on ...
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CentOS joins the Red Hat family -- Fedora gets a step-brother

CentOS joins the Red Hat family -- Fedora gets a step-brother | 知乎 | Scoop.it
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a wonderful operating system for commercial users. However, there is one major downside to it -- it costs money. Luckily, Red Hat provides the source code to the open-source community.
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[Phoronix] Red Hat & CentOS Partner Up

Well, this was unexpected. Red Hat and CentOS have joined forces to "build a new CentOS, capable of driving forward development and adoption of next-generation open source technologies." CentOS will continue living on ...
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Red Hat's CentOS “acquisition” good for both sides, but 'ware the ...

Red Hat's CentOS “acquisition” good for both sides, but 'ware the ... | 知乎 | Scoop.it
Red Hat and CentOS announced earlier this week (in the respective links) they are “joining forces” — whatever that means. Let's explore the announcements and implications to get a better understanding of what's happening, ...
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CentOS / RHEL 6: Install Midnight Commander File Manager - nixCraft

CentOS / RHEL 6: Install Midnight Commander File Manager - nixCraft | 知乎 | Scoop.it
Explains how to install GNU mc (Midnight Commander) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS Linux using yum command.
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CentOS Moves Closer to Red Hat | Architecting IT Blog

CentOS Moves Closer to Red Hat | Architecting IT Blog | 知乎 | Scoop.it
In an announcement yesterday the CentOS Project has announced that it is moving closer to Red Hat, with a more collaborative approach to the way in which CentOS is managed and distributed. For those not fully aware, ...
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