Friday, January 22, 2016

So WTF Google?

Update: My Chrome browser has been updated this evening. No alerts about my centos7 systems no longer being supported. All is right again with the world. 

I run a small number of Cent OS 7 desktops in a virtualized environment. After updating to the latest version of google chrome I was met with a nasty message that my Linux system will no longer be supported.

So wtf google?

I'm running a current centos 7 64 bit Linux workstation and you are dumping support for it?

So I am taking to google's support page and I take a look at what is supported.

Pushing chrome support out of centos and RHEL  seems like a mistake for corporate customers. I can understand discontinuing support for 32 bit Linux. But a current major distro that is 64 bit.... Hopefully someone at google will see this after I tweet this for some clarification.


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