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CentOS 7 is on its way

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For some companies, the first question after the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7 was: "When will CentOS 7 be out?" The answer is soon.

CentOS, the well-regarded RHEL clone, which recently became a Red Hat partner, is already working on CentOS 7, its RHEL 7 clone. As Karanbir Singh, a CentOS developer, tweeted when asked if CentOS 7 would be out immediately, "Not quite, but we're not far from there either. Just working on getting the ducks all lined up nicely." He continued, "It's going to take a few days to get the RPMs all done, then another few to get ISOs into installable state; we'll post updates."

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