Category: Centos

Running CentOS Linux 7 on AArch64 hardware

The journey for rebuilding the latest release of CentOS Linux 7 on AArch64 hardware has certainly been an interesting one. After a few bug reports, a couple minor patches, and several iterations through the build system, we finally have a release for community testing and consumption, which we’ll have available for install early next week. There […]

CentOS Linux 7 and Arm

ARMv7 With the growing list of easily accessible ARM hardware like the RaspBerry Pi 2 and the ODROID-C1, several community efforts have sprouted, working out the details for getting CentOS-7 built and available for the new boards. One of our UK based community members has made the most progress so far, posting his build process […]

MATE on the Desktop

A number of people seem to not like the idea of gnome3 on the desktop for EL7, instead looking for the familiar gnome2 feel. I’ve taken a run at building MATE on the el7 beta and it looks pretty good overall. Over the next few days I’d like to sit down with some of the […]

NetworkManager and bridging

In previous iterations of NetworkManager, it was really only useful if you were dealing with wireless networks. Anything involving a bridge meant removing the device from NetworkManager, and manually configuring the network. A fair amount of work has been done to make NetworkManager more friendly to bridged devices, however it’s still far from perfect.   […]