November 12, the developers team of RHEL(Red Hat Enterprise Linux)-compatible Linux distribution “CentOS” announced its latest stable release “CentOS Linux 7 (2009)”.
CentOS is an operating system based on source code released by RHEL, with Red Hat trademarks removed. Another project that follows a similar approach to this is Oracle Linux. CentOS Linux 7 (2009) is based on “Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.9”, an operating system released at the end of September by Red Hat (under the umbrella of IBM).
It now supports Python 3. It can be installed in combination with Python 3.6 interpreter. The default desktop layout has changed. SSSD version has been rebased to version 1.16.5, and cluster software Pacemaker to version 1.1.23. MariaDB has also been updated to version 5.5.68. There are many other packages that have been updated. Since release 1503, bugs can be reported directly to bugs.centos.org.
CentOS supports x86_64. It is available for download from the project website.