Rocky Linux 9: What’s New?

Rocky Linux 9 was recently released with a host of exciting features and support for new architectures. The most buzzworthy tool is Peridot, a completely cloud-native build system for managing and updating Rocky Linux. What […]

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Rocky Linux 9 Officially Released with GNOME 40 Desktop, Improved Security

Based on the freely distributed sources of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 operating system series, Rocky Linux 9 is here with GNOME 40 as the default desktop environment, support for Direct Access (DAX) operations in XFS for direct access to byte-addressable persistent memory, as well as the “eager write” mount option in NFS to help reduce latency.

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Rocky Linux 9 Has Arrived

Rocky Linux 9 is now available and is a landmark release for several reasons. First off, there has been a surge in Rocky Linux deployments, putting it ahead of CentOS Stream and AlmaLinux. But more than that, Rocky Linux includes several security enhancements and networking features to help make it a best-in-class open-source operating system for businesses of all sizes.

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