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Linux ISO images are a very efficient way to download and install a distribution. All that is required is sufficient drive space, software to write the ISO image and a bootable media such as CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

Information about CentOS 6.4 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. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is a Linux distribution developed by Red Hat and targeted toward the commercial market. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is released in server editions for x86, x8664, Itanium, PowerPC and IBM System z architectures, and desktop editions for x86 and x8664 processors.

Below you will find links to Linux ISO Image Downloads for mainstream Linux distributions.

What is an ISO image?

In the context of files and programs, an 'image', whether an ISO or other media image, is simply a file that can be used as an identical copy of the original media. This file not only contains individual data files, but it also contains track and sector information and arranges all this information in a file system, just like disk media. Image files, unlike normal files, are usually not opened; rather, they are mounted.

An ISO image (.iso) is simply a CD-ROM image saved in ISO-9660 format. ISO images are mainly used as source files from which to create CDs. As an example, most distributions of Linux release ISO images of the installation CDs. These images are usually freely available online. Once you download the image, you can use software to recreate the physical installation media.

Learn HowTo create an ISO image file with Linux.

About these Linux Distributions

More information on each of these Linux Distributions is available if you're interested in learning about their features and different editions such as Desktop, Server / Enterprise, LiveCD or NetBook / IoT.

Debian

Official download: Debian ISO

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Ubuntu

Official download: Ubuntu ISO

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Linux Mint

Official download: Linux Mint ISO

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Arch Linux

Official download: Arch Linux ISO

Official mirrors: Arch Linux Mirror

Fedora

Official download: Fedora Workstation ISO

Official download: Fedora Server ISO

Official mirrors: Fedora ISO Mirror

CentOS

Official download: CentOS ISO

Official mirrors: CentOS Mirror

Rhel

openSUSE

Official download: openSUSE ISO

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

Official download: Red Hat Enterprise Linux ISO

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Gentoo

Official download: Gentoo ISO

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Raspbian

Official download: Raspbian ISO

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Rhel 6.4 IsoCentos 6.4 download

Rescue mode is the same as a single-user mode. This mode can be used when a condition exists that prevents your system from completing the regular boot process. The system attempts to mount local file systems and start some system services. But rescue mode does not start the network service and does not allow other users to log on to the system. Changing to rescue mode prompts for the root password.

Booting into rescue mode

To boot the system into rescue mode please use following steps:

1. Boot the system from installation DVD – Boot the system from the installation DVD/ ISO image of the same major release as the system (this may require you to change the bios to boot from DVD). Once the system has successfully booted from the ISO image and Red Hat Enterprise Linux boot screen will appear. Choose the option Rescue installed system from the menu screen.

If the option “Rescue installed system is not available, which may be the case you will have to choose Rescue Mode by typing the following at the boot prompt and pressing [Enter]:

2. Choose the Language – Select desired language using arrow keys then press enter.

3. Choose Keyboard Type – Select desired keyboard type using arrow keys then press enter.

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4. Network Interfaces – The network interfaces are unnecessary. Use arrow keys to highlight No then press enter. If you want to access the system over the network in rescue mode you can do it by configuring IP address as well. For the example in the post, we will go without network configuration.

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5. Next, a screen will appear telling you that the program will now attempt to find a Red Hat Enterprise Linux installation to rescue. Select “Continue” on this screen.

6. You are currently in Rescue Mode. If you allowed it, your root filesystem should be mounted as the /mnt/sysimage directory. For example, your /etc/fstab will be present at the /mnt/sysimage/etc/fstab location.

7. switch context – You can switch contexts so all the files will be available at their usual locations. Select start shell option.

Execute below command in the shell.

Exiting rescue mode

Although you are accessing the user-space files of your root filesystem, remember that you are still using the boot environment (such as the kernel and device inventory) from the rescue mode. Programs such as df or mount may not give the expected results. Leave the chroot context by using exit twice – first to exit the chroot and second one to exit rescue mode and reboot.