I wonder if they've hired any tech writers in the last 2 years
Somehow I really doubt it.
Mere weeks after shipping the final version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.5, Shadowman has announced the first public beta of RHEL 7. "Simply put, we believe Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 represents the future of IT," the company said in a press release. No, really. Describing the new version as its "most ambitious …
If the sheer amount of TODO statments in their RHEL 6 -> 7 migration document is anything to go by I'd say not:
...downloaded and dd'ed to USB stick and boots into installer OK. I'll put it on the 'messing about' laptop and keep the 'proper work' laptop on CentOS 6.
I like CentOS 6.x as a desktop, we shall see what RHEL 7 looks like with Classic or KDE. Rumours of some wifi drivers being taken out of the kernel (mostly a server OS after all).
I installed downloaded the boot iso and did a net install inside a virtualbox today. The install worked rather well. Many things like setting the root password could be done while the packages were installing allowing the installer to do 2 things at once. Systemd and firewalld are going to take some getting used to though. The updated httpd-2.4, mariadb(mysql)5.5, and updated php were much needed.
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