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Questions specific to the CentOS Linux distribution. Use this tag if your question relates to how the CentOS distribution affects your problem; do not use it if you just happen to be using CentOS and your question is about a specific configuration detail or syntax.

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CentOS/RHEL 5 kernels are not just vanilla 2.6.18; they contain innumerable backports of features and bug fixes from newer kernels. They're pinned to a specific kernel release number to maintain ABI … compatibility. You could certainly download and build a newer 2.6 kernel, but it will lack all of the extra stuff provided with the CentOS/RHEL kernel, which may pose other compatibility problems …
answered Jul 3 '17 by James Sneeringer
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must use DHCP, one solution is to let dhclient add the routes for you. Per the manpage for dhclient-script(8) from CentOS 6.5: Immediately after dhclient brings an interface UP with a new IP …
answered May 7 '14 by James Sneeringer