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Delivering your infrastructure.
CIQ is reimagining software infrastructure with community-driven Rocky Linux as its foundation stone.
Why? So that the creative intelligence of your organization—the value engine that drives excellence and competitiveness—will have greater freedom to do what it does best: from ground-breaking research to business-transforming innovation.
Rocky Linux, with enterprise-level support from CIQ, is now available on every major cloud platform.
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Set It Free: Up Close with Rocky Founder Greg Kurtzer
Editor’s note: This article by Joe Casad originally appeared in the Rocky Linux Focus Guide, published by Admin Network & Security magazine. Rocky Linux is new, but it draws from a long history of community-minded volunteers focused on keeping a free Linux option in the enterprise space. Rocky founder Greg Kurtzer tells the story. Tell…
How to Create a Samba Share in Rocky Linux from the Command Line
The Samba project makes it possible to share directories and even printers across a network. Technically speaking, Samba is a suite of tools, created in 1992, to provide file and print services for clients that use the SMB/CIFS protocol. For any business that needs to give users and even teams access to shared resources on…
Why a B-Corp Might Be a Good Home for Your Open Source Project
What is the best home for an open source project? The answer is changing. Heather Meeker, a lawyer in private practice specializing in open source software licensing and advisor to the Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF), recently penned an article in Open Source Watch on this very subject. In the article, Heather argues that the…
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