- Aug 19, 2010
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I was running the latest installer as far as I could tell. Newer than the one on your blog post for CentOS 7. Which version are you running.@chris_c_ : Interesting. None of this should matter with the latest installer which automatically runs make menuselect and automatically exits. This should remove the inclusion of any module whose dependencies were not met. Are you sure you were running the latest installer??
As a footnote, I find it somewhat telling that neither Digital Ocean nor Vultr supports a 32-bit flavor of CentOS 7. That should tell you something as well.
We've uploaded a new installer this morning that blocks 32-bit install attempts on CentOS 7 until this is sorted out so comment out lines 153-156 if you wish to do further testing.
DO and Vultr will run CentOS 7 32 bit on request. One lets you upload the pure ISO, the other lets you vote on having it included on their list of modded ISO which contain their mandatory backup tools and management tools embedded in it.
CentOS 7 32 bit is classified by CentOS in the "alternative architecture" category, much like ARM, used by the Raspberry Pi 2.
It's more efficient with memory than 64 which is why I like it for a low memory 512MB PBX VPS.
I've updated my installer and now it builds and installs fine on 32 bit CentOS 7.