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CESA-2016:1486 Moderate CentOS 7 samba SecurityUpdate

CentOS Errata and Security Advisory 2016:1486 Moderate

Upstream details at : https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2016-1486.html

The following updated files have been uploaded and are currently 
syncing to the mirrors: ( sha256sum Filename ) 

x86_64:
af316ded6583e6970f213f1faa30a355594d2933f688a907ce565d564e40cdca  ctdb-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
936138ac2d66d5989658814b31b59486ab276537345393408de3efdb78431cce  ctdb-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
2437457d7d9812367bbd51f8c6517a9a9d15c529d1d5983ece129f8f459bab8a  ctdb-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
e714cab79fe0103cd66ddbd46ae74c68e84cdbd7ffe0a34d1efa5b38b9ff1ffc  ctdb-tests-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
eb97c7a86e94546b1180f9ab367121a16a486bd366ae12c6e468d561b2d12f48  libsmbclient-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
67f1de3814404a15e92b9787b058ec92a4db857ef761d8b57fc0352f94ab180b  libsmbclient-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
323283146f2e2d90737dffc367f747e414fd368d6ecf692369501ca2fd97359e  libsmbclient-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
0844d470c626f3054dc2d75a9ec6f49732ea6dfe585391a40d14553310626418  libsmbclient-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
e48e898aca04edd11ccc3a162d6c62e29a0b0f1d039be2f38b680b640671dff4  libwbclient-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
2b8df119f520e430163bf32247d177b2d1d51b8179c6dcbdc8b7fc7d47bbc28c  libwbclient-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
3ccc0bf2449d3b9fdd7ffdb5d7f1cef0190d5f30a02e2a7622e0df31afdf7fb5  libwbclient-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
a4a4ce957fe9d636ee6caa9fbab1b1c7f295768d03acfcdbadc1dee1bd4608c3  libwbclient-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
f5c64b664496854190fc63f88afdea510e879e4e4f46ebc0d8b4480f34315157  samba-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
3bdfe254ea4e1461fb55476cd9cf69a08a38b76dc0386ec5044344c5fc815782  samba-client-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
06041291bbacaa65968e5c15e65d7fb28846840b192139581d9aa19bf6d05beb  samba-client-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
8c31c60f8cc270b7e86d4b5f7dd3c3db9c060e5e75673b3a3337eb6420b93855  samba-client-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
622825dd58550cf8e98d247d079f82e3d2c2d44333f7193ba7b1e637a15c83cf  samba-common-4.2.10-7.el7_2.noarch.rpm
d24f24bb3964e31cd59c69df78bfeefeca1c75a134174df0be364757b1b33888  samba-common-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
79d46ce115fa8a5ed8dff5323f9fcd48380d53eb5b215461359b2f7b5adf7364  samba-common-tools-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
0e2649cb2ffa3cc1bc46adc717398302fafd19505920d670dcc19d765115ba82  samba-dc-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
017330cf223292625dbc706174271ea578c6873b2d41fa0e861e78c6c4b6b5a0  samba-dc-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
29070202ccdd99d8658e87c71ce712f1f06d5cc3534b4d90990ab41a0e4cd369  samba-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
4e03c1dfc3ecc77687cfeb51990634bdcbdc5768d92bf950815c831a7e40f585  samba-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
976eac8aa4c6ef40fa3308507e7c57531fd305c0ea9426a8b95409f8e18e62aa  samba-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
7c3994acb7c3a4d0a2522b042f77a87e9220fc4f458b7cce8dd3f60fc2b614ca  samba-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
d1f892959838210f6f63f7dc892068e5bde85dea22ec14db0a97b084501cb306  samba-pidl-4.2.10-7.el7_2.noarch.rpm
1f926bf228383a34160a83ab1f90aa4ff8c8e54cff12cba2f558f0725b30e76e  samba-python-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
5ffff01abf79e9328726d7029e3a638ff5782aa43b2d9de433c4d5814fc444fe  samba-test-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
e4f4067424a3ac0370a8566871a82f4edb32e9baa398b977792f3f0b57b5715f  samba-test-devel-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
b507771944911796d6c59ec48f88af307260e19b3836d228cfdfd358969d59bf  samba-test-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
aa964f62ae380e44cd124a25368824748e5d20e55102415068ffb9ba697c65a6  samba-test-libs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
697eb0bcb08507645e0a1978a29ca134c3b7fd71fb9e77a6b887adcd8ecd92da  samba-vfs-glusterfs-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
107884a502a8e44131bd7aeeba02317d211b0a52c37a7154441e48ca1cdad693  samba-winbind-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
acb9021d7339bf06f64b91701082181a1cb1679349c14b47a58c73d7b5cb77a3  samba-winbind-clients-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
312cf5c2e79134cb905b6ce69867ee7935889349841ff30108242117225fc9d4  samba-winbind-krb5-locator-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
9045f7ec36fc584fc0051f7e42a546df2c347a167de3a73869e6a7c9d8c5ee15  samba-winbind-modules-4.2.10-7.el7_2.i686.rpm
adf85c04209ca4ed846c8529df8d7fde3148e40d4c2bd635f557e9fc41c3ad4a  samba-winbind-modules-4.2.10-7.el7_2.x86_64.rpm

Source:
2ea1482b434b0a735289ccb72fcff96b31a10bdeca0d9529bb9bfefd8e12c651  samba-4.2.10-7.el7_2.src.rpm



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CESA-2016:1487 Moderate CentOS 6 samba4 SecurityUpdate

CentOS Errata and Security Advisory 2016:1487 Moderate

Upstream details at : https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2016-1487.html

The following updated files have been uploaded and are currently 
syncing to the mirrors: ( sha256sum Filename ) 

i386:
15ca4750033d29a32719504ad067bb3805160d450ddf7b02700e65c947cabbb5  samba4-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
9a2b1aaa5d71e4c97b5c0a39eab87f3b4da78fe092a1a628a3968095853dfc2b  samba4-client-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
123b5d516da53b7f51f1ae20ee5405d8945ae5fe517bce96fc15d8e16dd10d04  samba4-common-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
c614eabb0e29080218b4b2e9b44327fdd49d8db55c56902d6c2674721468fca3  samba4-dc-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
ad13e18c084b6e732cd3d1f31217f9a22529e7d18885272c5c50ba359d918a58  samba4-dc-libs-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
684ef297850f61cc20784f73cb6de83cc30d9e5b7ccf43e404ef774ffc25d2a9  samba4-devel-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
43bb61576a448b2f60db213590286ea77028fad675c334f7b3493e1fa1dd6eec  samba4-libs-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
ed4eef4ce872eb656966c4b9f9b699831e49373fc92256fea881a6b053abca75  samba4-pidl-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
a5d8a4f6791cc610a943d0beac34e9af3e66200a53d4b4d54c93ff8ffd5b8af3  samba4-python-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
8315a57e03b24438c0ee707fe11886679822d1b892e430a1670f430ffc018248  samba4-test-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
c0a862d6481de5fa9168ea63a3b3339e6173bd04dc32edef60d20f3f9e4aab54  samba4-winbind-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
23dada0999a40a86bb66737af5475cf520f636c750031e3101a8e96bb6b3a6f7  samba4-winbind-clients-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm
a59f9ab48aca42c498978f60efc81142f79aac9b1f65ff03a257e178f4a58ba9  samba4-winbind-krb5-locator-4.2.10-7.el6_8.i686.rpm

x86_64:
b6dc22d385573d976b7497562654427dbf7c68e9a353d00f85281f10cf94f284  samba4-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
873205cd2c05747991f348491aed2520c1fbb10290ec7dfd83efa40c57abbff4  samba4-client-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
d3ecbf5c375999735d6a72681b1e02dd866b2d097c8f958ef05c2f265df85e74  samba4-common-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
1ee374da3e6d9997e3213f77632c67760002d2349fe967a98021014d84f7bd65  samba4-dc-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
47d7e7079c2540d4029022ca6a7f90886172e005c079ef8dcc3636106ea9d695  samba4-dc-libs-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
dae07ad1fbfbf17f6586d2b21f573227a0c295fc60bce4ed7064c5c76d31b05f  samba4-devel-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
99191c51f9f48b05a5689e2ef32506a10206c15cccf6f76bc5cdf969b314e839  samba4-libs-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
7471a4a94c3527e359ffcb781aead43c42453dfc5ce59670ba8dffd1c1b052ad  samba4-pidl-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
6022b996f92b9f89ca75ebf66a132e5f08e304b340169f51c43dc0b4d9280d52  samba4-python-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
1da80174aa99318d2dcea3040ff32e4f259b5c10ce866fde1b09e0ad3018e11d  samba4-test-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
983f26cc1cfdc61ab632caf169dcf813f037fb728770af91bae6f6aca334dbda  samba4-winbind-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
f7e48ee612915fb163557534eae43a77d5a3cc8ab889f98fb0f1b978ab1f3aaf  samba4-winbind-clients-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
6d7cc5c92847f1299e6235c1657c4832c91b921e1ae65ea4d797f223d0b38719  samba4-winbind-krb5-locator-4.2.10-7.el6_8.x86_64.rpm

Source:
92590118ebb6c8d0ca75215616607dd793aedb2eb52b0c3caf1e9ee5cca2f489  samba4-4.2.10-7.el6_8.src.rpm



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CESA-2016:1458 Critical CentOS 6java-1.8.0-openjdk Security Update

CentOS Errata and Security Advisory 2016:1458 Critical

Upstream details at : https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2016-1458.html

The following updated files have been uploaded and are currently 
syncing to the mirrors: ( sha256sum Filename ) 

i386:
0d764755ed5bfd45feee0616e418b94ffaaba5a7f0f43716bba09432d2a00384  java-1.8.0-openjdk-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
332d8f9686c88650944aff2956bc8e7cb81ef729b32754765d046a4638ddac27  java-1.8.0-openjdk-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
7fd46c3a7502c1d31dbc2d3211b2c280b2561026e258f5b472c9c41ad3092b77  java-1.8.0-openjdk-demo-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
29ecfefcbb59627572e15886ad9e5a87e88d02faef87ff58d8a8e5c749c1d215  java-1.8.0-openjdk-demo-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
f01cbc18e7155b0c5576853a1258ecb4cbfe3abf603d3e1202ce01b3eb351a6b  java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
5f57a6d6b93e700e9cadd4c7bc1d2bbbf3685fed08eb93c135c736b72c17bc4a  java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
bec8c247de495f19751cad58ef41471c511c4e2fbb0855aa7ef03d6301607d38  java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
382e9fdd11cfeb1506878a294ecbe54a5ca1211e5baaa442524c948b7fe2756e  java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
5f3cf8f98c73ee14ceeb2f691ca35b7da3d4c2aa85299fa41bf200760a9b5169  java-1.8.0-openjdk-javadoc-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.noarch.rpm
0743d7d062f9af0ffa581257998f3d5d84db557f275b14544d9c64e83429c24a  java-1.8.0-openjdk-javadoc-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.noarch.rpm
0f7a58416df8d569ffe60b9f10c7853adf48c1bdbbb62ec13d5f4d380704e54c  java-1.8.0-openjdk-src-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm
90dcf5aa95d82636275f503f4729c371d7843d83f9f3e902d38a83430448d0ce  java-1.8.0-openjdk-src-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.i686.rpm

x86_64:
5056caf7c714d09a053fa535e0cab2950544d8497ed26bd860138650e1a70aec  java-1.8.0-openjdk-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
70fdcc07c0e389a87c632c8386514b6187537a267b5e7357963ea05df11123ec  java-1.8.0-openjdk-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
5ac10740b35fda5ff05168a67985763215272bb4c22524ac14c63e8fe4c19f8c  java-1.8.0-openjdk-demo-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
cd3bfe9488b47ad0782c8e818d00c5359eb8d834ae8a71cf7b0c96ec24a7fda0  java-1.8.0-openjdk-demo-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
205cf61264fd404b3f801330666e370bc25c96906da155d7648d4c2675dc8be9  java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
2dca8d4838e81d139a9102956ff2f1032753d4f95890be54ca8d00e8115bae84  java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
43887b74beb14a9289ee6a5e3a2acb8ba0d751d853c6dbb875777fa78d9f4f5d  java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
f161de40da55345e5ca6df27981a954c99d31a658152a507641c4deb78f19f88  java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
5f3cf8f98c73ee14ceeb2f691ca35b7da3d4c2aa85299fa41bf200760a9b5169  java-1.8.0-openjdk-javadoc-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.noarch.rpm
0743d7d062f9af0ffa581257998f3d5d84db557f275b14544d9c64e83429c24a  java-1.8.0-openjdk-javadoc-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.noarch.rpm
d710fd8d2a575924426e2dac98ae7f8a823da150368f2f464ac911bd3b85e005  java-1.8.0-openjdk-src-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm
cfa86ad2680552255c70c4790958c9dd4d005b081831bebbe614d9ea8b8b5847  java-1.8.0-openjdk-src-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.x86_64.rpm

Source:
d2a02b9b438e44c355ca0a66ffc81ff0f8e21efe29444c6de47c7cc2be819946  java-1.8.0-openjdk-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el6_8.src.rpm



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CESA-2016:1458 Critical CentOS 7java-1.8.0-openjdk Security Update

CentOS Errata and Security Advisory 2016:1458 Critical

Upstream details at : https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2016-1458.html

The following updated files have been uploaded and are currently 
syncing to the mirrors: ( sha256sum Filename ) 

x86_64:
43468d64c3c7b2001c62b98e9d9009897c459f37818dd1a84f0528448175eac6  java-1.8.0-openjdk-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
d4617bf34f94b711601034f6f85ee613c5e69d8ebab27443b60ecd7208b5b716  java-1.8.0-openjdk-accessibility-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
d871d081a979bc11b9156f71408290eec685bdca6d3749b586cbc331cc83614f  java-1.8.0-openjdk-accessibility-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
19f11edce1e62fc06e0f8e5474d019015fe3ffe8218c9084b9bb8edd2fde5afb  java-1.8.0-openjdk-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
90bf8cc1869649c035651d1c12c860d8383e8de17dc6f585402748ab426f89a1  java-1.8.0-openjdk-demo-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
f7c8fb76ec25711d73624d995f3f093ad4c6b0e3ecb836d3d2d5c0ab072fa078  java-1.8.0-openjdk-demo-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
c0b518f7e714f5d951ef3685d7882de8682b0a31a7f796078115575b4f4e45aa  java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
fe7ca16a2b3fe3bf90dee38a7a1e83a2ad23fa65f5de76def43a81415d4c1bdd  java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
7c51b4d10316e714ee305aa6179bf532636614999e15ca19c99e1c3db2fd8010  java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
92ae0670ab0c8fbf5e97e9d54a0cfff81e7b775c19a27501998f95b71bb5f4f4  java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
88aa1474dbee0a5602810658ede9b2c279861f45ca45a1ed6cf56d65a1eb11fa  java-1.8.0-openjdk-javadoc-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.noarch.rpm
95005e7d4b33ce8e1241144403b30fa67f1c518b6f98c2259ebf9de02fcdb986  java-1.8.0-openjdk-src-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm
032a809d4fb406530db81f1dbfe060f69e7edf79b231d2fd389b2a921423cee4  java-1.8.0-openjdk-src-debug-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.x86_64.rpm

Source:
3799f280d3e6a2cb6b61fd4e5c628fe08ac235eda3a631801688a3c2e8cf774c  java-1.8.0-openjdk-1.8.0.101-3.b13.el7_2.src.rpm



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Announcing release of MariaDB 10.1 on CentOSLinux 7 x86_64 SCL

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB in 
version 10.1 on CentOS Linux 7 x86_64, delivered via a Software 
Collection (SCL) built by the SCLo Special Interest Group 
(https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo).

QuickStart
----------
You can get started in three easy steps:
      $ sudo yum install centos-release-scl
      $ sudo yum install rh-mariadb101
      $ scl enable rh-mariadb101 bash

At this point you should be able to use mariadb just as a normal 
application. Here are some examples of commands you can run:
      $ systemctl start rh-mariadb101-mariadb
      $ mysql
      $ mysql_upgrade

In order to view the individual components included in this collection, 
you can run:
      $ sudo yum list rh-mariadb101*

Last but not least you can try this Software Collection in Docker. You 
can pull the image with the following command:
      $ sudo docker pull centos/mariadb-101-centos7

For more on the docker image follow the link to public source 
repository: https://github.com/sclorg/mariadb-container

For more on MariaDB in general, see https://mariadb.org.

About Software Collections
--------------------------
Software Collections give you the power to build, install, and use 
multiple versions of software on the same system, without affecting 
system-wide installed packages. Each collection is delivered as a group 
of RPMs, with the grouping being done using the name of the collection 
as a prefix of all packages that are part of the software collection.

The SCLo SIG in CentOS
----------------------
The Software Collections SIG group is an open community group 
co-ordinating the development of the SCL technology, and helping curate 
a reference set of collections. In addition to the collection MariaDB 
being released here, we also build and deliver databases, web servers, 
and language stacks including multiple versions of PostgreSQL, MongoDB, 
Apache HTTP Server, NodeJS, Python and others.

You can learn more about Software Collections concepts at:
http://softwarecollections.org
You can find information on the SIG at
https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo ; this includes howto 
get involved and help with the effort.

Enjoy!

Honza
(thanks trepik for preparing the announcement)

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Announcing release of MariaDB 10.1 on CentOSLinux 6 x86_64 SCL

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB in 
version 10.1 on CentOS Linux 6 x86_64, delivered via a Software 
Collection (SCL) built by the SCLo Special Interest Group 
(https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo).

QuickStart
----------
You can get started in three easy steps:
      $ sudo yum install centos-release-scl
      $ sudo yum install rh-mariadb101
      $ scl enable rh-mariadb101 bash

At this point you should be able to use mariadb just as a normal 
application. Here are some examples of commands you can run:
      $ service rh-mariadb101-mariadb start
      $ mysql
      $ mysql_upgrade

In order to view the individual components included in this collection, 
you can run:
      $ sudo yum list rh-mariadb101*

For more on MariaDB in general, see https://mariadb.org.

About Software Collections
--------------------------
Software Collections give you the power to build, install, and use 
multiple versions of software on the same system, without affecting 
system-wide installed packages. Each collection is delivered as a group 
of RPMs, with the grouping being done using the name of the collection 
as a prefix of all packages that are part of the software collection.

The SCLo SIG in CentOS
----------------------
The Software Collections SIG group is an open community group 
co-ordinating the development of the SCL technology, and helping curate 
a reference set of collections. In addition to the collection MariaDB 
being released here, we also build and deliver databases, web servers, 
and language stacks including multiple versions of PostgreSQL, MongoDB, 
Apache HTTP Server, NodeJS, Python and others.

You can learn more about Software Collections concepts at:
http://softwarecollections.org
You can find information on the SIG at
https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo ; this includes howto 
get involved and help with the effort.

Enjoy!

Honza
(thanks trepik for preparing the announcement)

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Announcing release of PostgreSQL 9.5 on CentOSLinux 7 x86_64 SCL

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 9.5 of 
the PostgreSQL server on CentOS Linux 7 x86_64, delivered via a Software 
Collection (SCL) built by the SCLo Special Interest Group 
(https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo).

QuickStart
----------
You can get started in three easy steps:
      $ sudo yum install centos-release-scl
      $ sudo yum install rh-postgresql95
      $ scl enable rh-postgresql95 bash

At this point you should be able to use PostgreSQL just as a normal 
application. Here are some examples of commands you can run:
      $ postgresql-setup --initdb
      $ systemctl start rh-postgresql95-postgresql
      $ su postgres -c psql

In order to view the individual components included in this collection, 
including additional subpackages, you can run:
      $ sudo yum list rh-postgresql95*

Last but not least you can try this Software Collection in Docker. You 
can pull the image with the following command:
      $ sudo docker pull centos/postgresql-95-centos7

For more on the docker image follow the link to public source 
repository: https://github.com/sclorg/postgresql-container

For more on PostgreSQL in general, see http://www.postgresql.org.

About Software Collections
--------------------------
Software Collections give you the power to build, install, and use 
multiple versions of software on the same system, without affecting 
system-wide installed packages. Each collection is delivered as a group 
of RPMs, with the grouping being done using the name of the collection 
as a prefix of all packages that are part of the software collection.

The SCLo SIG in CentOS
----------------------
The Software Collections SIG group is an open community group 
co-ordinating the development of the SCL technology, and helping curate 
a reference set of collections. In addition to the PostgreSQL collection 
being released here, we also build and deliver databases, web servers, 
and language stacks including multiple versions of MongoDB, MariaDB, 
Apache HTTP Server, NodeJS, Python and others.

You can learn more about Software Collections concepts at:
http://softwarecollections.org
You can find information on the SIG at
https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo ; this includes howto 
get involved and help with the effort.

Enjoy!

Honza
(thanks trepik for preparing the announcement)

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Announcing release of PostgreSQL 9.5 on CentOSLinux 6 x86_64 SCL

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 9.5 of 
the PostgreSQL server on CentOS Linux 6 x86_64, delivered via a Software 
Collection (SCL) built by the SCLo Special Interest Group 
(https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo).

QuickStart
----------
You can get started in three easy steps:
      $ sudo yum install centos-release-scl
      $ sudo yum install rh-postgresql95
      $ scl enable rh-postgresql95 bash

At this point you should be able to use PostgreSQL just as a normal 
application. Here are some examples of commands you can run:
      $ postgresql-setup --initdb
      $ service rh-postgresql95-postgresql start
      $ su postgres -c psql

In order to view the individual components included in this collection, 
including additional subpackages, you can run:
      $ sudo yum list rh-postgresql95*

For more on PostgreSQL in general, see http://www.postgresql.org.

About Software Collections
--------------------------
Software Collections give you the power to build, install, and use 
multiple versions of software on the same system, without affecting 
system-wide installed packages. Each collection is delivered as a group 
of RPMs, with the grouping being done using the name of the collection 
as a prefix of all packages that are part of the software collection.

The SCLo SIG in CentOS
----------------------
The Software Collections SIG group is an open community group 
co-ordinating the development of the SCL technology, and helping curate 
a reference set of collections. In addition to the PostgreSQL collection 
being released here, we also build and deliver databases, web servers, 
and language stacks including multiple versions of MongoDB, MariaDB, 
Apache HTTP Server, NodeJS, Python and others.

You can learn more about Software Collections concepts at:
http://softwarecollections.org
You can find information on the SIG at
https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo ; this includes howto 
get involved and help with the effort.

Enjoy!

Honza
(thanks trepik for preparing the announcement)

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Announcing release of Python 3.5 on CentOS Linux7 x86_64 SCL

I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Python in version 
3.5 on CentOS Linux 7 x86_64, delivered via a Software Collection (SCL) 
built by the SCLo Special Interest Group 
(https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo).

QuickStart
----------
You can get started in three easy steps:
      $ sudo yum install centos-release-scl
      $ sudo yum install rh-python35
      $ scl enable rh-python35 bash

At this point you should be able to use python just as a normal 
application. Here are some examples of commands you can run:
      $ python my-app.py
      $ sudo easy_install Flask
      $ sudo easy_install Django

In order to view the individual components included in this collection, 
including additional python modules, you can run:
      $ sudo yum list rh-python35*

Last but not least you can try this Software Collection in Docker. You 
can pull the image with the following command:
      $ sudo docker pull centos/python-35-centos7

For more on the docker image follow the link to public source 
repository: https://github.com/sclorg/s2i-python-container

For more on Python in general, see https://www.python.org/.

About Software Collections
--------------------------
Software Collections give you the power to build, install, and use 
multiple versions of software on the same system, without affecting 
system-wide installed packages. Each collection is delivered as a group 
of RPMs, with the grouping being done using the name of the collection 
as a prefix of all packages that are part of the software collection.

The SCLo SIG in CentOS
----------------------
The Software Collections SIG group is an open community group 
co-ordinating the development of the SCL technology, and helping curate 
a reference set of collections. In addition to the collection Python 
being released here, we also build and deliver databases, web servers, 
and language stacks including multiple versions of PostgreSQL, MariaDB, 
Apache HTTP Server, NodeJS, Ruby, Ruby on Rails and others.

You can learn more about Software Collections concepts at:
http://softwarecollections.org
You can find information on the SIG at
https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo ; this includes howto 
get involved and help with the effort.

Enjoy!

Honza
(thanks trepik for preparing the announcement)

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