Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Jul 2014 21:23 UTC, submitted by Ari
Red Hat

The CentOS Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of CentOS 7 for x86_64, including images for docker, and various cloud providers. There are many fundamental changes in this release, compared to previous releases of CentOS. Notably the inclusion of systemd, Gnome3, and a default filesystem of XFS. For more information about what makes CentOS 7 stand out, please see our release notes.

CentOS 6 can be upgraded to 7, but that functionality is still being tested.

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RE[2]: desktop?
by shotsman on Wed 9th Jul 2014 05:55 UTC in reply to "RE: desktop?"
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Ubuntu, Fedora etc are better than CentOS?
Ubuntu seems to change according to the whims of Canonical. Mint wouldn't be where it is today if it wasn't.
Fedora, and I am a fan of the distro is not for the timid or newbie. It is unashamedly a bleeding edge distro. As such it is sometimes very fragile.

CentOS is my distro of choice these days. Stable and does the job I want it to. Yes, I use it on the desktop as well as servers and in VM's. Sure the new Anaconda can throw a few people but honestly, how much of the life of a linux system is 'Installation'?
(Unless you are a Journalist that is...)

Also, you get the updates that RH make to RHEL 5,6 and now 7. 10 years of updates should be enough for anyone in most circumstances.

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RE[3]: desktop?
by allanregistos on Wed 9th Jul 2014 08:52 in reply to "RE[2]: desktop?"
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Me, I am going for a Centos 7 workstation/desktop. Had to select if KDE or GNOME, GNOME to be fair with them is now better looking except from the gray button.

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