CentOS 7 For ARM Has Been Released

As you may know, CentOS 7 is among the most popular Linux system for servers.

Recently, Karanbir Singh, one of the developers has announced that CentOS 7 for ARM has been released, being officially available for Raspberry Pi 2, Banana Pi and CubieTruck.

The changelog for CentOS 7 ARM has not been made available, but the regular CentOS 7 release brings updates for the Kerberos HTTP proxy for identity management , ECC support for TLS connections in OpenJDK7, improvements to the networking stack, support for TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 has been included. Also, support for the virt-v2v tool has been added, X.Org 1.17, LibreOffice 4.3.7, OpenLDAP 2.4.40 have been implemented and GNOME 3.14 and KDE 4.14 have been made available.

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