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I know little about linux but I need to install Cenotos 5.1 on VMWare Workstation. VMWare has a number different options as to which distro you want installed on it. But it does not have Centos. I am not sure which one to choose. They do have a few "Other Linux 2.2.x kernel", "Other Linux 2.4.x kernel", Other Linux 2.6.x kernel" etc etc. Plus they have a few of the more common distros, redhat, ubuntu etc. Can anyone suggest what I should use? Thanks

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2.6 kernel should work, if it has the 2.6 kernel. CentOS is closest to Redhat/Fedora, so you can go with that too.

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2.6 kernel should work, if it has the 2.6 kernel. CentOS is closest to Redhat/Fedora, so you can go with that too.

Thanks, I tried redhat and that seems to be working.

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I'm not personally attacking you. It's just amazing. You have 11,000 posts that are all the same post as above and adding a few words that the op didn't even want.

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