Do we still need RHEL in 2023?

When I first started working with Linux, RHEL (and its clone, CentOS) was the 800-pound gorilla in the room. It was a synonym for “serious,” while Linux and all other distributions were considered to be playthings. It was being utilized by everyone in the production process. CentOS was typically used by smaller companies because RHEL […]

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Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Released

The newest LTS (long-term support) version of Ubuntu has been released by Canonical. 22.04, or Jammy Jellyfish, is the 36th Linux distribution to be released since 4.10 Warty Warthog in 1994, which is usually regarded as the release that started it all. Instead of a flurry of new features and hardware support, LTS releases have […]

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