Patrick Derwael wrote: > you'll find the end-of-life information of the centos releases at: > > <http://wiki.centos.org/FAQ/General?highlight=(end+of+life)#head-fe8a0be91ee > 3e7dea812e8694491e1dde5b75e6d> > > that FAQ page may also answer other questions you may have, (e.g., > the relationship between rhel and centos). > > - Rick > > > > [Patrick Derwael] Rick > > Thanks for the link, I now have the info I need ! But, read that table carefully. It says "CentOS 5" not "CentOS 5.0" "CentOS 5" tracks the current point release and is now equivalent to "CentOS 5.2". Running "CentOS 5.0" means you do not receive any updates from a subsequent point release and are locked into the package versions that were current just before the release of CentOS 5.1. -- Bob Nichols "NOSPAM" is really part of my email address. Do NOT delete it.