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spread.yaml: add qemu:centos-7-64 #6761

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By going to https://cloud.centos.org/centos/7/images/ and using
https://blog.strandboge.com/2019/04/16/cloud-images-qemu-cloud-init-and-snapd-spread-tests/
it is possible to create a qemu:centos-7-64 VM for local testing (note,
the VM needs additional configuration, but this is all that is needed
for spread to connect, send the project data and start preparing).

By going to https://cloud.centos.org/centos/7/images/ and using
https://blog.strandboge.com/2019/04/16/cloud-images-qemu-cloud-init-and-snapd-spread-tests/
it is possible to create a qemu:centos-7-64 VM for local testing (note,
the VM needs additional configuration, but this is all that is needed
for spread to connect, send the project data and start preparing.
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@jdstrand jdstrand commented Apr 22, 2019

FYI, I updated my blog with the following:
"UPDATE 2019-04-22: the above is confirmed to work with CentOS 7 (though, if using the resulting image to test snapd, then be sure to 'yum update ; yum install epel-release ; yum install golang nc strace' in the image)."

With that I was able to run a single spread test. More may need to be added for all spread tests, but at least it is useful in some capacity. :)

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@jdstrand jdstrand commented Apr 23, 2019

Thanks!

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