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Johnny Hughes
A developer of the CentOS Linux Operating System
A developer of the CentOS Linux Operating System
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CentOS 7 (1503) support for 32-Bit ARMv7 devices:

CentOS is working on an ARMv7 (armv7hl) architecture release of CentOS 7.  Currently we have over 2000 Source packages compiled with around 200 more to complete.

There are pre-alpha test images available for Raspberry Pi2, Banana Pi, and Cubietruck.  See these links for details:

Pi2 : http://bit.ly/1TRopnj

Cubietruck : http://bit.ly/1QtgzRH

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Firefox 38 and TLS less than 1.2
Red Hat released the source code for Firefox 38. We have (or willbe
today) releasing this for CentOS-5, CentOS-6, and CentOS-7.

It does not, by default, connect to https sites with TLS less than 1.2.
This means it will not connect to sites on CentOS-5, f...

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CentOS-7 i686 Arch is coming along nicely.  We should have a tree, install ISO and Live ISO next week to test with the QA team.

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Visit the CentOS team at LISA14

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CentOS Dojo at LISA14 in Seattle on November 10th, 2014
Join us at the all day (09:00 to 17:00) CentOS Dojo on Monday, November 10th, 2014 at the LISA14 conference in Seattle , Washington. There will be at least three CentOS board members there ( Johnny Hughes , Jim Perrin , and Karsten Wade ). The current topic...

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Official Release of CentOS-6.6

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CentOS-6.6 is Released
CentOS 6.6 is now released, see the Announcement . So, the Continuous Release RPMs where released on 21 October (7 days after RHEL 6.6) and the Full Release was done 28 October (14 days after RHEL 6.6). Enjoy.

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Get CentOS-6.6 RPMs early from the CR.

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Continuous Release Repository RPMs for CentOS-6.6 Released
The CentOS team has released the Continuous Release (CR) Repository RPMs for CentOS-6.6 into their 6.5/cr tree.  See the Release Announcement . Now a little more about the release process. Red Hat releases a version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.  In this cas...
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