Anyone successfully upgrade to the just-released Centos 7.6 running under Parallels 14? The yum update from Centos 7.5 showed some sort of DKMS issue but didn't flag it as fatal. Logging in under the new 7.6 popped up a "siren" message about gnome-shell problems. The screen display showed as less than full screen, with black bars on right left. Had to select "view all in windows in full-screen" under Parallels menu twice to get full screen. The right-hand mouse button menu was missing most but not all listings under gnome. Trying some menu options would suddenly result in being logged out or a hard freeze of the machine. Can't tell if it is Centos 7.6 or Parallels that is the problem. It seems unlikely Centos 7.6 would be released in such a broken state, though I do have a mail alert tool gnubiff set to run at start-up that behaved oddly also. Maybe that is not 7.6 ready. It "feels" like a "Parallels Tools" issue, but can't really say. Had to revert to a back-up copy of the previous Centos 7.5 machine, no time right now to sort it out. If others have Centos 7.6 running under Parallels 14.1 without issue, that might be incentive to try again.