March 6, 2018
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We had something come up with a recent CentOS 7 Update that we're working on. Sorry, there will be a bit of a delay. Please check back here!
eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of Uniteme 18.12.centos7. This release includes all of the same new features, improvements and fixes from 18.12 but now allows users to operate on CentOS 7.
With the upgrade to CentOS 7, the user must install a fresh install of CentOS 7-64 bit and then use the RPM Installation method.
During configuration you will see some errors being echoed to the screen. There's some issue with CFEngine that the CFE team hasn't resolved yet. The errors are benign. You'll see something like the following:
Who Should Install?
This release is recommended for users who need to run Uniteme on CentOS 7. If you are running a CentOS 6 based release in production, it’s recommended that you test the 18.12.centos7 release on CentOS 7 in your environment thoroughly before upgrading. This is the initial release on CentOS 7 and while we’ve done our best to regression test and test all aspects of the system, issues may arise in different environments and scenarios that are not covered in QA tests. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if think you may have a patch applied as that may be replaced during the update.