#centos - Sat 17 Mar 2007 between 00:25 and 01:11

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devondi just installed the centos server edition
what is the default root password
so_devond, you set it during the installation, if you dont' know it you can boot into single user mode to reset it
http://www.centos.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=6489
helfrezanyone know if beta has drivers for intel wireless before i install it on this thinkpad
devondwow...that was dumb i forgot i did that.
i feel pretty dumb now
so_don't worry about it too much
devondk
so... is centos still updated along with the current RHEL
so_yes, the same updates, update timeframe, etc
devondcool. Just making sure i didn't install something that was abandoned.
thanks for your help so_ I appreciate that
so_devond, there is some information on the website in the faq, and there is the wiki too wiki.centos.org
devondthanks
well I'll be off. thanks for the help
Fr0zen_what would i need to set in sudo to allow a user to delete files owned by root:root and such?
another server is rsyncing it's files to the centos box. I'd like to allow --delete and --permissions
so that those files can be backed up with old files deleted and all permissions kept
Kuroganehello, question where centos default install the php bin ?
noobienoobhi i am running on pentium d 820 processor which centos distro i download?
LeddyHM'which php'
elderrrAPIC error on CPU0: 40(40)
problems?
so_elderrr, I see that on my SMP athlon servers in Centos 4
noobienoobhi i am running on pentium d 820 processor which centos distro i download?
so_noobienoob, pentium d, isn't that a regular pentium of some sort?
noobienoobsorry im not good at linux
which do i download x86 or i386
elderrrso_, yes on AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3000+
so_, how come ?
noobienoobwhich do i download x86 or i386?
so_noobienoob, x86 is i386, I'm trying to determine if x86_64 will run on it
evil_stevenoobienoob: you can run either x86_64 or i386
but your best bet is x86_64
noobienoobi cant get xamp to install
ppl's say it only work for 32bit
evil_stevenoobienoob: if you want optimal hardware support, use x86_64. If you want pretty desktop apps, use i386
noobienoobim installing servercd
so_elderrr, I'm not sure as to the reason other than the typical it's an interrupt problem with the cpu, and noapic to the kernel will stop it, but in my case if I do that I lose my SMP

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