Univention Corporate Server was originally designed to be a Linux distro with Microsoft Active Directory capabilities.
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Debian Skips 12.3, Ships 12.4, Over File System Worries
Rocky Linux becomes the last of the major RHEL clones to catch up with Red Hat's latest and greatest. Here's what you should know.
For the first time in its three year's of existence, AlmaLinux didn't release its new version within hours of a new RHEL release. That's because AlmaLinux is no longer just a copy and paste RHEL clone.
There's a good chance that when Fedora 40 is released in April, that it will become the first major Linux distro to be released without X.
Also included in this FOSS Week in Review: The Linux Foundation's upcoming Technical Advisory Board election.
This week FOSS News Roundup also includes a list of some goodies coming to KDE Plasma 6.
Although the "live" version Ubuntu 23.10 remains temporarily unavailable while Canonical works out problems with hate speech in the Ukrainian translation, we can tell you what you can expect when it's finally available.
Also included in this week’s FOSS Week in Review: OpenPubkey goes to Linux Foundation, Adding vector support to MySQL for AI, and the results of last weeks rolling release poll.
Also included in this week's FOSS Week in Review: Gnome's new due date, readers say Red Hat's changed for the worse under IBM, and a new poll asks how you like your distros released.