Umph! The lastest Fedora release is 22 – Fedora is a charismatic distribution with an ingenious development model. One characteristic of Fedora is the ability to fine-tune it to meet your needs by using both the most bleeding edge software as well as the stalwarts of the existing release. We provide you with a choice of only a handful of server version of Fedora, but it’s called “other” :-) – Fedora server 22 not included yet.
Another vital component of a CentOS/RHEL Server installation is the distribution’s support for development services (REPOs). These provide the installation with the ability to smoothly install and update applications built with the latest technologies.
A CentOS/RHEL Server will also include all the necessary tools to ensure smooth and secure server administration. This includes LAMP stack (Apache, PHP, MySQL) which is the most common set-up used in enterprise based web services. In this version of CentOS/RHEL 7 the same version of MySQL 5.6.32 is used as the LAMP stack. “woods” is more than just a directory. You can combine various services such as DNS, DHCP, FTPS, Squid, NTP, and DNS into what is called a “woods” in which you can put the core services only such as an FTP server and DNS server. These “woods” can then be provided to other servers with the respective services within the “woods”. At the moment, these “woods” are provided by the “containers” as listed below. For a full guide read the CentOS Documentation: Woodsof CentOS Enterprise 7 . d2c66b5586