With three full time employees and a robust community, Elementary OS went into this year as a Linux project that seemed to be on easy street. Today, it’s down to one employee, it’s funds are dwindling rapidly, but it still has an enthusiastic community and a determined leader with a particularly open source vision.
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As AlmaLinux and Rocky Linux vie for dominance in the free RHEL replacement space that was abandoned by CentOS Linux, Alma appears to be making deeper inroads on several fronts.
No matter how you Fedora, you might want to check out the release party that the folks behind Red Hat's community distribution have planned.
CentOS replacement AlmaLinux on Friday released a new ISO for a version of it's operating system that supports IBM's open source Power processor.
Solus OS's's co-lead developer leaves to help the project's founder develop another distro, SerpentOS, but will continue to be lead developer for the Budgie desktop environment, which will become an independent project. Confused? Don't be. We'll explain it all.
Much of the technology is already in place to make Ubuntu an excellent gaming distribution, but it's not optimized for gamers out-of-the-box.