We released version 8.9 of the EuroLinux operating system. The new version of the system includes updated developer software (LLVM 16, Rust 1.71, Go 1.20), kernel version 4.18.0-513 and Java version 21. The list of new features is more extensive. SCAP Security Guide has been updated, and now includes improved rules to provide more consistent configuration, while stream 20 has been added to the Node.js module.
We released version 9.3 of the EuroLinux operating system. EuroLinux 9.3 repositories have been expanded to include Redis 7, Nodejs 20 and Java 21 OpenJDK, GCC Toolset 13. Updated toolsets: Rust v1.71, Go v1.20 and LLVM v16, GCC 11.4. The Linux kernel has been updated to version 5.14.0-362.
We released version 8.9 beta of the EuroLinux operating system, which lets you test technical innovations and compatibility with the upcoming EuroLinux 8.9. The new version of the system includes updated developer software (LLVM 16, Rust 1.71, Go 1.20), kernel version 4.18.0-513 and Java version 21.
We released EuroLinux version 8.8. The EuroLinux 8.8 repositories have been expanded to include Python 3.11, Nginx 1.22 and PostgreSQL 15. 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. EuroLinux 9.2 repositories have been expanded to include Python 3.11, Nginx 1.22, PostgreSQL 15, new versions of Performance Co-Pilot, ...
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.
EuroELS is an extended support option for CentOS®, RHEL®, Oracle® Linux, Scientific Linux and EuroLinux versions 6. It facilitates the extension of the standard lifecycle at least until mid-2024.
On November 30, 2022, we released version 9.1 of the EuroLinux operating system. It is compatible with the latest upstream version. EuroLinux 9.1 introduces Keylime, a tool for remote machine authentication that uses Trusted Platform Module (TPM) technology. The Linux kernel has been updated to version 5.14.0-162.
We released version 8.7 of the EuroLinux operating system. It is compatible with the latest upstream version. This release focuses on updating containerization solutions and enhancing system security. Among other things, NSS database support for RSA keys below 1023-bit has been removed and the SCAP Security Guide rules have been updated. Popular compiler stacks for C/C++, Go and Rust languages have also been updated.
On the 12th of October, we released the EuroLinux 8.7 beta version. It is compatible with the latest version of Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8.7 beta. It allows you to test technical innovations and compatibility with the upcoming EuroLinux 8.7. EuroLinux 8.7 beta is the fastest released clone of Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8.7 beta.
EuroLinux Desktop is a modern operating system that combines the aesthetic and functionality of Windows® and macOS® with the reliability and security of Enterprise Linux distributions. Desktop version incorporates a series of ...
We released version 9.0 of the EuroLinux operating system. 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).
EuroLinux 8.6 includes the addition of a new version of PHP and Perl, a secure version of log4j, and updates to popular compiler stacks for C/C++, Go, and Rust, among other languages. The ability to specify a threshold value in microseconds has been added to the Linux real-time kernel test suite, rteval.