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    centos 5.5 manual


    i cant find it i found 5.5 anyone got a link?

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    I'm inclined to think that if it isn't available on the CentOS website (I didn't see it), it is probably not available yet.
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    so would 5.5 be ok to use?

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    I think you should be fine, Distros like CentOS usually don't make a lot of drastic changes between releases.
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    alright thanks

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    For CentOS and RHEL based distros like Scientific linux and ClearOS, you can use the RHEL manuals which are available from the RHEL documentation site.

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