I have access to enterprise level server, but it have kernel version
Description: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4 (Santiago) Release: 6.4 Codename: Santiago 2.6.32-358.el6.x86_64 -> 2013
I need new stuff like python 2.7.9, MongoDB 2.6, and so one.
By the way, I did not have any kind of root access, I can only ask someone to run some commands with root permission, and that's all. To enter chroot, I can ask to create some kind of executable with SUID and right arguments to chroot command + mounts.
Actuall question are: what the most new distro I can use to satisfy my requirements? On weekends I will try to get RHEL 6.4 and install it on my home PC and try to make this situation under my control and get any usefull information.
- I love ArchLinux, but not sure for 2.6.32 and systemd and last updates.
- Ubuntu 14.04(14.10) uses 3.* kernel vesion and I'm not sure about it.
- Or anything else? Fedora? Gentoo? CentOS?