What means CentOs.1908, CentOs.1905 ??

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What means CentOs.1908, CentOs.1905 ??

Post by Cent_User » 2019/10/24 17:42:53

Hello.

I am sorry but was I go to

https://wiki.centos.org/Manuals/Release ... ntOS7.1908

and I can't find answer about what means

1908 in CO7 and 1905 in CO8

any help, please?


thanks

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Re: What means CentOs.1908, CentOs.1905 ??

Post by TrevorH » 2019/10/24 18:22:51

It's the YYMM of the upstream RHEL release.
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Re: What means CentOs.1908, CentOs.1905 ??

Post by Cent_User » 2019/10/24 19:19:15

TrevorH wrote:
2019/10/24 18:22:51
It's the YYMM of the upstream RHEL release.
Thanks,

Y-ear, M-onth ??

Sorry, my english is bad.

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Re: What means CentOs.1908, CentOs.1905 ??

Post by c00ter » 2019/10/25 02:32:18

That's fine, I'm bad in everything else.

YY=YearYear=(20)19, (20)20, (21)21......last two digits in this century.
MM=MonthMonth=01, 02, 03..10, 11, 12. Or January through December, two-digit, incrementally numbered.

Abreviations such as mM, yY. etc., are different.

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