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Installing CentOS

CentOS is very easy to install, and for the vast majority of users, the default settings will work very well. At this stage, especially if you're new to Linux, some options might not be obvious, and certain features (such as software RAID) might not be applicable to you. We're also conscious that for many readers CentOS will already be installed and running. So, in this chapter, first we're going to go through a plain-vanilla install without any of the interesting bits. This will get you up and running in the shortest time possible and will allow you to then jump ahead to any of the later chapters that interest ...

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