Somebody should make a movie of this story, with Red Hat as the damsel who finds her power, and Oracle cast as the volatile leading…
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Red Hat's community Fedora distribution handily wins in the reboot of our annual "Best Linux Distro" poll, followed by Pop!_OS and MX Linux. Thanks to generous contributions from All Things Open and SCALE, the winning project gets conference tickets, t-shirts, and hats!
There's more at stake than merely bragging rights. This year's winning Linux distribution will receive passes to All Things Open and SCALE, as well as t-shirts and hats.
The qualifying round of the reboot of our annual Readers’ Choice Best Linux Distro Poll ended today with MX Linux at the top, followed by…
The folks at OpenMandriva say that with this release, the new rolling release option, ROME, is ready enough for most use cases, although production users should wait for the "all clear."
Who's going to get bragging rights this year? The last two times we did this, Arch was the winner -- and the first time we did it, Ubuntu took home the prize. Call out the troops and get bragging rights by making your favorite our "Best Linux Distro."
Although Ubuntu 22.10, "Kinetic Kudu," is an interim release that will only be supported for nine months, it includes enough new features to perhaps cause some to drop the LTS they're using long enough to at least give it a try.
Rocky Linux, a Linux distribution intended to be a drop in replacement for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, has released version 8.6, which puts it on par with the latest and greatest from Red Hat.
The 48 hour turnaround is looking like the norm for AlmaLinux, a feature-by-feature clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Friday's beta release of AlmaLinux 8.6 means the project is currently actively working on two separate versions of its RHEL clone.