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5 for Cent OS-5.x, 6 for Cent OS-6.x, etc.) As do most of the other rebuild projects, we change the kernel SRPM and do I would like to thank the upstream vendor for making the SRPMS available in the manner that they do.There are several other enterprise vendors who do not make their source as readily available.The Cent OS project is not interested in taking credit for work done by others, so where possible we will leave all vendor file names as they are.If we must make any changes to a package (due to trademark restrictions, to setup a configuration file, etc.), it will have a .centosx in the filename (the x is the Cent OS version ...
Packages contained in the addons repository should be considered essentially a part of the core distribution, but may not be in the main Red Hat Package tree.Once suitable, a backup may be made and the file can be placed in the /etc/X11/ directory to be used as the default configuration file. There is no mp3 support in Cent OS, as there is no mp3 support in the distribution sources as provided from upstream.While the Cent OS Project simply rebuilds what is available upstream, these have been excluded because of legal (patent license) issues.This source code is available on the Cent OS Git website.
Cent OS conforms fully with Red Hat, Inc's redistribution policies and aims to be functionally compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux.These packages have undergone some basic testing, should track upstream release versions fairly closely and will never replace any core distribution package. On the main Cent OS mirror sites ISOs cannot be downloaded directly, but we provide a Bittorent file for downloading.