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CentOS 5.9 Gnome Desktop Review

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CentOS 5.9 leaves users with a warm fuzzy and familiar feeling offering Gnome 2.16 as the primary desktop which is featured in this review. The desktop prospects for this release are not very impressive, but the server capabilities are endless. Derived from the recently released RHEL 5.9, here is what this version has to offer.

CentOS Details

This is not a distribution for users who want the latest features and a flashy desktop. This release offers a reliable server platform, with mostly stable and thoroughly tested packages.

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