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KGIII

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Nobody has answered, so I figured I'd check. Are you sure that keeping the history is enabled?


I could have sworn that it was enabled by default on CentOS, but I could be mistaken. So, it's worth looking to see if it's enabled. If it isn't, the directions are there.
 

liuxialuoluo

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Nobody has answered, so I figured I'd check. Are you sure that keeping the history is enabled?


I could have sworn that it was enabled by default on CentOS, but I could be mistaken. So, it's worth looking to see if it's enabled. If it isn't, the directions are there.
I found it in the root directory after rebooting. But it is strange why the new system is not booted under root for the first time? Thank you for your reply.
 


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