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Re: [opensuse-factory] 42.1 and 32 bit
Am 13.10.15 um 15:02 schrieb Richard Brown:
CentOS 7 is only available as a 64-bit version
well, it was available as beta for some time, but because I use CentOS
exclusively on servers, the 32-bit version of CentOS 7 is not important
for me.

Beginning with CentOS 6 I installed all servers with the 64-bit version
and for servers 64-bit are mandatory and (really) old hardware is
nothing you have to take care in business use.

But as I mentioned before, for personal use an old laptop or PC, even
with a 32-bit CPU is an suitable option! And for these systems, openSUSE
is one of the best options to use, preferable as LTE version.

I hear rumours of a 'community created' 32-bit version, but like this
thread has spelled out several times now, we're open to that idea at
openSUSE too, just none of those people previously involved in making
our releases is interested in it..
Just got this:

Betreff: [CentOS-announce] CentOS Linux 7 for 32-bit x86 (i386) Architecture
Datum: Mon, 12 Oct 2015 11:07:17 -0500
Von: Johnny Hughes <johnny@xxxxxxxxxx>
Antwort an: centos@xxxxxxxxxx
Organisation: The CentOS Project
An: CentOS-Announce <centos-announce@xxxxxxxxxx>

We would like to announce the general availability of CentOS Linux 7 for
the 32-bit x86 (i386) architecture.

This is the first major release of the 32 bit x86 by the AltArch Special
Interest Group. This release is based on the Source Code from the
CentOS 7 (1503) x86_64 architecture and includes all current updates
from the main CentOS 7 tree.


Install ISOs are available here:






The install process is identical to CentOS 7 x86_64 via kickstart or ISO


kind regards,

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