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CentOS-7 (1708) – 7.4 is released
CentOS 7.4 (1708)
Some known issues:
ip6tables where the iptables service fails to start - apply the fix:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1477413 The version of libgpod in EPEL repository is different in CentOS 7.4, workaround:
Use VirtualBox 5.1.28 or later in CentOS 7.4. (old version is not fully compatible in CentOS 7.4
From RHEL/CentOS7.4, the size of the /boot partition changed to be minimum 1GB, because of significant increase of the initramfs.
Samba problem, apply the workaround:
Except in this case:
Samba share with sssd authentication is broken. A workaround is to downgrade the samba packages to an earlier version. At least 1024 MB RAM is required is for CentOS 7.4, Use at least 1344 MB RAM, for the installation of LiveGNOME/LiveKDE.
The screen resolution is 800×600 or superior.
Changed icon size if necessary with the workaround:
gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.icon-view default-zoom-level ‘small’
For users of openldap-servers with ppolicy, before the upgrade, check this:
https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=13750 For users need rdma, do this before upgrade: yum install rdma-core && yum update
Gnome is too dark colours, workaround:
yum reinstall vte291
VMware Workstation/VMware ESXi (SCSI adapters: BusLogic and LsiLogic)
The default kernel from CentOS 7 does not include the corresponding driver, e.g
an unbootable system if you install on a SCSI disk using the defaults for CentOS
workaround: Select “Red Hat Enterprise Linux” and “paravirtualized SCSI adapter”. CentOS-7 as a Xen domU in ParaVirtualization (PV) mode, an upgrade to CentOS-7 (1708) will cause the VM to not be able to boot.
workaround: Use HVM (full emulation) or PV-on-HVM mode
CentOS 6.5 is released.
Important note for CentOS 6.X/Redhat 6.X
(Intel or AMD Processor)
The minimum hardware requirement to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS is a 32-bit x86 CPU with PAE support.
From the beginning of 2014, the CentOS and RedHat is working together (joint-venture).
The CentOS is writing the next chapter at the cycle life of CentOS.