CentOS 7-1611 (32bit) Images Available For VirtualBox and VMware


CentOS 7-1611 (32bit) Images Available For VirtualBox and VMware

CentOS project released the 32bit version of CentOS 7-1611 which contains security fixes and new features: “This is the release announcement for the i386 (Intel 32-bit) Architecture based on the source code released for CentOS-7 (1611). It includes all packages that build on x86 32-bit processors. Since release 1503 (abrt>= 2.1.11-19.el7.centos.0.1) CentOS-7 can report bugs directly to bugs.centos.org. You can find information about that feature at this page. Various new packages include among others: python-gssapi, python-netifaces, mod_auth_openidc, pidgin and Qt5. Support for the 7th-generation Core i3, i5, and i7 Intel processors and I2C on 6th-generation Core Processors has been added. Various packages have been rebased. Some of those are samba, squid, systemd, krb5, gcc-libraries, binutils, gfs-utils, libreoffice, GIMP,SELinux, firewalld, libreswan, tomcat and open-vm-tools. SHA2 is now supported by OpenLDAP. ECC-support has been added to OPenJDK-8, PerlNet:SSLeay and PerlIO::Socket::SSL. Bluetooth LE is now supported. virt-p2v is now fully supported. virt-v2v and virt-p2v add support for the latest windows releases. Lots of updated storage, network and graphics drivers. Technology Preview: Among others support of Btrfs, OverlayFS, CephFS, DNSSEC, kpatch, the Cisco VIC and usNIC kernel driver, nested virtualization with KVM and multi-threaded xz compression with rpm-builds.” You can read complete release announcement here.

We are providing you virtual images for 32bit version of CentOS 7-1611 for VirtualBox and VMware.

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