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File Size ↓ Date ↓ Parent directory/-0README.txt: 2.4 KiB: 2020-Nov-06 22:32: CentOS-7-x8664-DVD-2009.iso: 4.4 GiB: 2020-Nov-04 19:37: CentOS-7-x8664-DVD-2009. 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. # mount -t iso9660 -o loop CentOS-7.0-1406-x8664-DVD.iso /mnt/ Since the ISO is read-only we will need to copy the contents into another directory that we can modify and add what we want. Mac why some app doesn uninstall. Let’s extract the source ISO files into ‘/mnt’ directory using below commands and wait for while to complete the copy process.

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