On May 17, 2023, we released EuroLinux version 8.8. It retains compatibility with Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8.8. Among others, several packages have been updated, such as: Git 2.39.1, Git LFS 3.2.0, Valgrind 3.19, SystemTap 4.8, Dyninst 12.1.0, Elfutils 0.188, PCP 5.3.7, Grafana 7.5.15, GCC Toolset 12, LLVM Toolset 15, Rust Toolset 1.66, GoToolset 1.19.4.
On May 11, 2023, we released version 9.2 of the EuroLinux operating system. It maintains compatibility with Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 9.2. EuroLinux 9.2 repositories have been expanded to include Python 3.11, Nginx 1.22, PostgreSQL 15, new versions of Performance Co-Pilot, updated toolsets: Rust v1.66, Go v1.19 and LLVM v15.
The OpenStack platform is the most popular open source cloud software developed and supported by the world's largest technology companies and organizations. From now on, EuroLinux can also be launched on this platform.
Great news for Postgres fans. The latest version of the PostgreSQL database is now available. It offers state-of-the-art security and stability standards. In this article, we'll lean into the changes in PostgreSQL 15.2.
we released EuroLinux version 8.8 beta. Version 8.8 beta includes new versions of developer software (LLVM 15, Rust 1.66, Go 1.19), SELinux policies update, kernel version 4.18.0-477, updates to containerization and virtualization tools. EuroLinux 8.8 beta also provides new software – the modules postgresql:15, nginx:1.22, jaxb:4 or swig:4.1.
Managing operating systems is an indispensable part of their maintenance in any enterprise. This process can be made much easier and more efficient by using a tool for centralizing systems management, such as EuroMan. We just released the latest version of EuroMan. In this article we will take a look at its functionalities and compare the product with its predecessor.
EuroLinux Desktop is a modern operating system that combines the reliability and security of the Enterprise Linux distribution with the look and functionality of Windows and macOS. We built it based on the RHEL 9.1 source code, but made a number of changes to the user interface. A new version of the EuroLinux Desktop operating system – 9.1 – has just been released. Let's see what it brings.
To reduce the risk of malfunctions when using software, or to assess its quality, it is necessary to subject it to tests. Therefore, in this article, we will cover the two basic types of testing: manual and automated. We will also talk about the way of testing in EuroLinux.
The EuroAP platform can run as a service on all supported operating systems. In this demonstration we will show you how to run EuroAP as a systemd service under the EuroLinux 8 operating system.
Free images of the EuroLinux operating system are available on yet another cloud platform – Alibaba Cloud. Their presence allows broader choice for customers who prefer to run software in the cloud, have hybrid environments or do not want to maintain their own IT infrastructure for various reasons.
Imagine how great it would be if, in order to configure a new Linux server, you don't have to memorize and issue commands. There is a dedicated tool for this – Cockpit. In this article we will show you how to install it and tell you about its features.
An upgrade should be a standard activity of every database administrator. It is recommended if you want to take advantage of new functionality or improve database performance. Therefore, in today's article we will talk about upgrading versions of database systems like PostgreSQL.
The Argon One case is one of the most popular cases for the Raspberry Pi. It provides protection, dissipates heat brilliantly, allows easier management of the device and has an active cooling system. However, taking advantage of the full capabilities of this enclosure requires a good knowledge of the system, tuning skills and some perseverance. We will show you how to accomplish this.
SAML, OpenID and OAuth are three different authentication and/or authorization standards that can be used in automation. Each of these solutions provides security for users in intranet and Internet applications. In this article, we will explain the differences between these standards.
In this article, we will answer questions such as how to control where PODs will be launched and how does kube-scheduler work? We will also discuss a number of tools used to determine the relationship of PODs to NODEs: labels, nodeSelector, affinity, and marking tainted NODEs.