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The CentOS-7-x8664-Everything.iso (without a version) is a symlink to the ‘lastest’ Everything iso. If you look at the sha256sum file, the last Everything file listed will be the version you use. This wikiHow teaches you how to turn a group of files into an ISO file on a Linux computer. You'll use the Linux command line to do this. Gather your ISO files in the home directory. Place any files that you want to turn into an ISO file.

As part of my upcoming HowTo tutorials on my blog, I will need to install CentOS 7 on a virtualbox to accomplish this tasks. So for this reason, I will be showing you the fastest way to have a CentOS 7 machine up and running without incurring any cost. Thanks to the awesome work done by the team at OSBoxes, they have done more than 80% of the work for us by providing a ready-to-go VDI Image file for the major Linux Distros and all are up to the latest stable builds.

For those who may not know this, VirtualBox is a free, open source virtualization software that allows users to run multiple operating systems on their machine from within a single machine. In other words, you can spin up multiple virtual machines of any desired OS within minutes of each other as long as the underlining machine machine spec can handle the load.

Install CentOS 7 on VritualBox

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  • First install a VirtualBox on your machine (Windows or Linux)
  • Download the latest Virtualbox VDI Image file from OSBoxes. Unzip the file using 7zip to a dedicated folder

Please ONLY use these image files for testing purposes and not on a LIVE environment

  • Start your Virtualbox > Click on New and Enter details as follows
    • Name: Enter name for your machine
    • Type: Select Linux
    • Version: Select Red Hat (64bit) or Red Hat (32bit) depending on the Image file version downloaded earlier
  • On Next, enter desired memory size (recommend 1024mb)
  • On Next, select “Use an existing virtual hard disk file”. Click the small folder icon and navigate to the image file directory where you unzipped it to. Click Create
  • Start the virtual machine > Ensure the first option as seen below is select
  • Next login with the password provided when you downloaded the image file. Its usually “osboxes.org”
  • Click on your desired Language / Keyboard Layout
  • You can skip the sign-in bit and start using your OS

Install Guest Additions On CentOS 7

  • You need to install the Guest Additions to allow you move your mouse freely between your VM and your physical desktop machine and also resize the VM desktop resolution.

Note: To move your mouse put of the VM desktop, simply press the following keys on your keyboard once at the same time “AltGr” + “Ctrl” (both keys on your right hand side)

  • Let’s start. Open your terminal and change to root user

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  • Update to latest kernel
  • Install following packages
  • Mount the Guest Additions CD by clicking on Devices > Insert Guest Additions CD image. Cancel the promt displayed
  • Run the following commands
  • Reboot the machine and you should now be able to move your mouse between the screens. As seen also, the scrollbar at the edge of the screen now gone

Change Root Password on CentOS 7

  • First change to root user
  • Run the following command and enter new password
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As you download and use CentOS Linux, the CentOS Project invites you to be a part of the community as a contributor. There are many ways to contribute to the project, from documentation, QA, and testing to coding changes for SIGs, providing mirroring or hosting, and helping other users.

ISOs are also available via Torrent.

How to verify your iso

If you plan to create USB boot media, please read this first to avoid damage to your system.

If the above is not for you, alternative downloads might be.

The CentOS Linux 8 release notes and CentOS Stream release notes are continuously updated to include issues and incorporate feedback from users.

Cloud and container images

We build, maintain and update Cloud images that you can find on our Cloud Images server.

Remember remember ed cooke pdf printer. These images are built and made available for all the architectures that corresponding version supports.

People interested in importing ‘GenericCloud’ images into their own cloud solution can find corresponding images on the link above.

Worth knowing that you can also import (through Skopeo or other methods) container images the same way, and such .tar.xz files can be found on the same mirror.


Parallel to that, we have also official images that are available directly to be deployed for the following solutions:

If the above is not for you, alternative downloads might be.

Geographical mirrors

If you’re looking for a specific (or geographically local) mirror, please check out our list of current mirrors.

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To check the status of a mirror, please visit mirror-status.centos.org.

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In order to help ease the workload for our primary mirror network, the sourcerpms are not kept in the same tree as the binary packages. If you need thesource packages used to build CentOS, you can find them in our vault vault.centos.org.

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Older Versions

Legacy versions of CentOS are no longer supported. For historical purposes,CentOS keeps an archive of older versions. If you’re absolutely sure you needan older version then click here.

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