[CentOS] installing centos 6 on an old bird

Thu Jul 12 15:16:23 UTC 2012
Lars Hecking <lhecking at users.sourceforge.net>

> I think SELinux is a red herring in this case; I'm running upstream RHEL Server 6.3 32-bit with SELinux in enforcing mode on an older Supermicro system (motherboard P4DP6, has a DVD-ROM CD-RW drive in it) with the following CPU:
 The problem with the selinux rpms is that they need copious amounts of RAM
 during installation. From my experience, a minimum of 0.75 to 1GB.