The first development version of Red Hat’s CentOS based on RHEL 7 is ready:
Following our previous post, we are pleased to announced that the first (pre-release) CentOS 7rc tree is pushed. If you want to use it, you need to use the boot.iso media (found under the images directory), start a netinstall and point to the mentioned repository (or use the pxe vmlinuz/initrd.img files). We plan on also having a symbolic link called “latest”, as we’ll probably have a new tree on a daily basis (until we’re happy and will have a final release).
Some points to keep in mind :
- Those packages aren’t signed (as announced, and that will be fixed the final centos-release package)
- There is no included yum config (but you can configure that and point to the above repository, and that will be fixed the final centos-release package)
- EFI should work, but not Secureboot