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Ten days ago I wrote an article here about an armv7hl test image for the Cubietruck 32-bit ARM board.  I have just uploaded a similar armv7hl image for the Raspberry Pi2. Both of these images are created with the RootFS Build Factory (a 2015 CentOS GSoC Project from Mandar Joshi sponsored by the CentOS Project). […]

About a week after announcing the CentOS 7 alpha build for AArch64 hardware, I got an email from the fine folks at AMD asking for my address. Three days later, a pair of AMD’s Seattle AArch64 development boards showed up at my front door.  Hardware really is the best sort of gift, especially when you’re […]

FUDCon is the Fedora Users and Developers Conference, a major free software event held in various regions around the world, usually annually per region. This year the event in APAC is happening in Pune, India, from 26th to 28th June. I will be giving an introductory talk about the CentOS Cloud SIG (CCS) in the […]

As of now, you can subscribe to a calendar feed (.ical) in your calendar program of choice by adding this feed url: https://git.centos.org/raw/sig-core!calendar.git/master/output!irc-meetings.ical New meetings are added via pull-requests against this repository: https://github.com/CentOS/Calendar Why is this now available? The number of SIGs and general project work has grown and more and more IRC meetings are […]

As Jim Perrin pointed out in an earlier post here on seven.centos.org, we have commenced an armv7 (actually, armv7hl) open build to try and produce CentOS-7 for arm32 boards like the Cubietruck, Raspberry Pi2, and ODROID-C1 (among others). We now have a minimal sdcard only image for the Cubietruck from our unsigned (and as yet […]

The rolling ISO media releases for CentOS 7 for May 2015 (1505) are now available. These rolling ISO media releases are basically just respins of the install media at release time with all bugfix, enhancement, and security updates since release rolled in.  The updated ISOs for 1505 are based on all updates in the CentOS […]

The CentOS Project is now the proud mentoring organization for seven students to work on projects this summer under the Google Summer of Code (GSoC.) Below is a quick snapshot of the projects and the communication channels for keeping track or participating in the activities the students will generate around themselves as the get to work. […]

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