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AlmaLinux OS 8.4 Update Available to Download

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AlmaLinux OS 8.4 Update Available to Download, AlmaLinux OS is an open-source, community-driven project that is built from the source code of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). AlmaLinux OS introduces support for Secure Boot. “You can read more about it by checking out the Release Notes. The biggest change you’ll notice is that the #1 most requested feature, Secure Boot, is now fully supported in this release. Other changes include OpenSCAP support, the release of a devel repo and some new module streams and some compiler updates. You can also find a link to the upstream release notes there, which will provide you with a complete list of changes and updates to this release. Changelog: Secure Boot is now fully supported; OpenSCAP security profiles are now ready for production; the ‘devel’ repository released with extra packages and build dependencies not included in upstream distribution; the ‘PowerTools’ repository is now disabled by default to match upstream distribution and moved to separate file….” While not yet available, a ARM port for AlmaLinux OS. Further information can be found in the project’s release announcement and in the release notes.

AlmaLinux OS 8.4 Update Available to Download

Download :

AlmaLinux-8.4-x86_64-boot.iso (677MB),

AlmaLinux-8.4-x86_64-dvd.iso (9,347MB),

AlmaLinux-8.4-x86_64-minimal.iso (1,890MB).

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