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EuroLinux 9.0 released

Discussion in 'CentOS, Redhat & Oracle Linux News' started by EuroLinux, Jun 14, 2022.

  1. EuroLinux

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    Here it is – a brand new, freshly released EuroLinux 9!

    On June 13, 2022, we released version 9.0 of the EuroLinux operating system. It is compatible with the latest upstream release. This release focuses on providing improved default cryptographic policies, a 5.14 kernel, a graphical management interface via a web panel, and improvements related to cloud, virtualization and containerization. "Nine" also introduces a major update in the form of the GNOME 40 desktop environment (with modern GTK 4).

    You can read more about this release here: EuroLinux 9.0 released
    Direct ISO image download link: https://fbi2.cdn.euro-linux.com/isos/EL-9.0-x86_64-20220613-appstream.iso


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  2. eva2000

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    Hi thanks for sharing. Haven't tried EuroLinux before and Centmin Mod currently doesn't support EuroLinux at al for EL7, EL8 or EL9. But there's some work being done for EL8 and EL9 to at least detect EuroLinux and account for it/eventually support it. Though Alma Linux 8/9 is a priority right now due to more VPS/dedicated hosting providers offering up Alma Linux OS images out of the box.
     
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    Thanks for everything ;)

    Nowadays the compatibility between AlmaLinux and EuroLinux 9 should be enough for them to be distinguished only by their branding rather than technical internals. We've had an EuroLinux 9 beta in March and there were at least 3 modules we had to build, while the good folks from Alma's development team released their version later when no modules were present as far as I remember.

    We also have our migration scripts that support all the popular Enterprise Linuxes version 7, 8 and 9 so everything should be fine after a brand change and replacement of packages since the scripts have an option to preserve third-party packages.