Autor: tanya-j
Data: 10 Marzec 2011
Kategoria: Archiwum

Scientific Linux 6.0 (x86/x64)

Scientific Linux 6.0 (x86/x64)
2011 | Multi | 5.05 GB

Scientific Linux (SL) – distribution of the operating system Linux, which was created jointly by Fermilab and CERN, with support from various laboratories and universities from around the world. Its original purpose was to reduce duplication of laboratories and have a total installed base for the various experiments and other research projects.

The base SL distribution is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, recompiled from source.

The main purpose of the base distribution – to provide full binary compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux with a few to make minor additions or changes. Examples of such additions are Pine, and OpenAFS.

Scientific Linux uses’ yum to download and install updates from the repository, such as Fedora, unlike Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which receives updates from the servers, Red Hat Network.

Scientific Linux can be used to create a working environment of the user, developer, administrator. The distribution package includes components to support virtualization Xen. The distribution includes a complete set of software components for server infrastructure for both internal network and the Internet. On its base can be created a file and print server, mail server, web server, database server (MySQL, PostgreSQL), or metadirectory LDAP, etc. The kit includes components to create a cluster infrastructure for various purposes: computing clusters, clusters of high reliability and clusters with load balancing.

The main differences from RHEL 6.0:
* Added icewm;
* Supported by openafs – distributed file system;
* There is yum-autoupdate, allowing every day automatically update distribution;
* Supplied revisor, livecd-tools, liveusb-creator – the tools to create LiveCD / LiveUSB;
* Available for additional yum-repository.

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