General support questions
No but the content that will be 7.4 is already available in the CR repo. You can use it by adding --enablerepo=cr to any yum command.
Just curious if CentOS 7.4 comes with kde 5?
Yep! Here you are -- https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/cent ... 22532.html )Nirjonadda wrote:Do you have any ETA release ?TrevorH wrote:7.4 is a very big change and it's not ready yet. When it is, it'll be released.
You could look at the release notes (of RHEL or CentOS) for list of updated packagesyzhao0227 wrote:Just curious if CentOS 7.4 comes with kde 5?
or browse the repositories to see what packages they do actually have.
tldr; No. Still 4.10.5-6.el7.
Woot, nearby mirror has updated its '7' symlink yesterday.
I've just run yum update in my C7 VM and its loading 757 packages. I'm guessing 7.4 is here!
The Release Notes contain important information about this update.
Is it official? Are the ISO's available actual 1708, and do the base/updates/extras repos live? Have all of the packages been updated to their RHEL equivalent? Sorry for all the questions!
Yes, 7.4 is out.
Hehehehe. Yep it is here (Thank God)!!!MartinR wrote:I've just run yum update in my C7 VM and its loading 757 packages. I'm guessing 7.4 is here!
Today I upgraded to 7.4 by just using yum update which showed libgpod error message. This I overcome by downgrading libgpod. I appreciate the good work done by the CenOS team. As ever with CentOS.