IT News - Linux
2021 Jan 10
This CentOS Alternative Will Be Available By Spring 2021, December 28th, 2020

"Rocky Linux, one of the latest new CentOS clones, has announced that its project is targeting to put out a working release sometime in the second quarter of 2021," reports Mayank Sharma in

"Rocky Linux came about when the Red Hat-owned CentOS project recently shifted focus, much to the chagrin of its users.

Miffed at the move, Gregory Kurtzer, one of the original co-founders of CentOS announced Rocky Linux to give the stranded users a viable option to migrate their servers to, before the current release of CentOS reaches its premature end in December 2021..."
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