I read on another forum that someone was asking about the stability of certain Linux-based OS's, and one of the versions that came up was Centos, which I have briefly worked with in school (as a VM). I believe Centos is based off of Fedora/Redhat, so I wanted to check it out.
The problem is that it doesn't appear to be distributed in the same way as Fedora (as an ISO file), or at least I couldn't find it in that format. I'm assuming the software is open-source, so there is not a charge for it (similar to Fedora), but I was only able to find sources which appear to be folders with everything on it, similar to if I burned a Fedora ISO to a DVD and opened it in explorer or nautilus.
Are there ISO's available for the most recent version of Centos, and does it perform/operate the same way that Fedora does? If there are no ISO's, do I just download/ftp all the files from each folder and subfolder and then copy the files to a DVD?
Thanks in advance!