The distro is based on Fedora 34, the same code base that RHEL 9 uses.
The game engine is backed by Adobe, Amazon Web Services, Huawei, Intel, and Niantic.
Let's dive into some useful commands and see how to persist iptables rules.
NixOS 21.11 ships with Linux kernel 5.10 and will be supported until the end of June 2022.
Nearly ten months to the day since the release of CUPS 2.3.3op2, the release of CUPS 2.4.0 is now available.
Learn how to bypass the password prompt and get connected to your SSH server.
The biggest new feature in this release is support for STRICT tables.
Wireshark is an application that captures and displays data traveling back and forth on a network.
Let's take a quick look at some of the awesome features of this newest release
The distro uses the Fedora project as its upstream
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Guix is an operating system from the GNU project with a "libre" Linux kernel. It is built around the GNU Guix package manager.
The project's aim is to provide a community supported production-grade enterprise operating system.
Fedora Linux was created back in 2003 as a community distribution called the Fedora Project. It is sponsored primarily by Red Hat.