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AlmaLinux 9.2 is Available Now:...

The AlmaLinux OS recently announced the release of AlmaLinux 9.2, the newest version of their free and open-source enterprise-grade operating system. This release is binary compatible with the latest OS,...

How Extended Lifecycle Support Can...

As software gets older and reaches its end-of-life (EOL) stage, it is no longer supported by the developers and can become vulnerable to security threats and other issues. Fortunately, Extended...

Switching from CentOS to...

AlmaLinux is proving to be a popular alternative to the now-nearly-dead CentOS stable release. However, plenty of CentOS 7 and 8 users are still using CentOS as their main computing...

An Update on AlmaLinux Since...

TuxCare was there with you right at the start of the CentOS crisis, just as Red Hat suddenly pulled the rug from one of the most commonly used enterprise Linux...

CentOS-8 is End of Life....

With Centos-8 EOL, open-source communities of enterprise users and web hosts now face a great amount of risk. But, extended lifecycle support solutions can buy you time and make the...

The Dilemmas of FIPS 140-3...

FIPS 140-3 is a standard issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that aims to provide a consistent and secure method for processing sensitive information using a...

Long Live the Distro: The...

In the world of Linux distributions, or “distros,” the lifecycle of a distribution refers to the period during which the distribution receives security updates and support from the manufacturer’s development...

TuxCare Launches AlmaCare to Provide...

PALO ALTO, Calif. – February 8, 2023 – TuxCare,, a division of CloudLinux Inc, the main sponsoring company of the AlmaLinux OS Project, today announced the general availability of its...

KernelCare supports AlmaLinux...

KernelCare added support for AlmaLinux OS. This new linux distribution is a community driven project that intends to fill the gap left by the change in direction of CentOS, in...

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