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CentOS is an Enterprise-class Linux Distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by a prominent North American Enterprise Linux vendor. CentOS conforms fully with the upstream vendors redistribution policy and aims to be 100% binary compatible. (CentOS mainly changes packages to remove upstream vendor branding and artwork.) CentOS is free.

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There are currently 21 groups being archived for CentOS.

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359
arm-dev CentOS > arm-dev (2015)
151,957
centos CentOS > centos (2015)
9,628
centos-announce CentOS > centos-announce (2015)
21,487
centos-build-reports CentOS > centos-build-reports (2015)
1,763
centos-cr-announce CentOS > centos-cr-announce (2015)
25
centos-cz CentOS > centos-cz (2014)
1,240
centos-de CentOS > centos-de (2015)
13,485
centos-devel CentOS > centos-devel (2015)
5,695
centos-docs CentOS > centos-docs (2015)
15,121
centos-es CentOS > centos-es (2015)
586
centos-fr CentOS > centos-fr (2015)
108
centos-gsoc CentOS > centos-gsoc (2015)
8,827
centos-mirror CentOS > centos-mirror (2015)
21
centos-mirror-announce CentOS > centos-mirror-announce (2015)
11
centos-newsletter CentOS > centos-newsletter (2010)
177
centos-nl CentOS > centos-nl (2011)
1,544
centos-promo CentOS > centos-promo (2015)
5,531
centos-pt-br CentOS > centos-pt-br (2015)
27
centos-redhat CentOS > centos-redhat (2008)
4,462
centos-virt CentOS > centos-virt (2015)
14
centos-zh CentOS > centos-zh (2015)

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