[CentOS-devel] Installation RHEL5 - > CentOS5
patrickm at myway.com
Sat Feb 24 08:38:59 UTC 2007
Well, since I am new to this mailinglist, I did not know it was a discussion already held (hadn't sniffed the archieves).
But thanks for the update!
--- On Sat 02/24, Karanbir Singh < mail-lists at karan.org > wrote:
From: Karanbir Singh [mailto: mail-lists at karan.org]
To: centos-devel at centos.org
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 07:33:02 +0000
Subject: Re: [CentOS-devel] Installation RHEL5 - > CentOS5
> When I installed RHEL5 beta 2 yesterday, I came across the so-called installation number. It's used as a "serial" to unlock number-related functionality of the software.
> In other words, there is a key for the client version and one for the server version. And within those options, there are also different possibilities, like with or without visualisation.
> How does this affect CentOS5?
> Will this be implemented or modified?
it wont. either implemented or mordified.
This is again a conversation best had once the centos beta trees are public.
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