Month: April 2024

TrueNAS 12.0 & TrueNAS M60 Announced – StorageReview.com

Today iXsystems announced the TrueNAS 12.0 operating system that finally merges the FreeNAS and TrueNAS brands unifying the software and documentation. As we’ve said several times before, there will still be a free version for those that are worried. The companied also announced TrueNAS M60 Unified Storage System that they are calling the industry’s fastest OpenZFS storage system. Today iXsystems announced the TrueNAS 12.0 operating system that finally merges the FreeNAS and TrueNAS brands unifying the software and documentation. As we’ve said several times before, there will still be a free version for those that are worried. The companied also…
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FreeNAS Operating System Becomes TrueNAS CORE – CNX Software

So far, iXsystems managed two FreeBSD based operating systems for network access storage (NAS): devices: FreeNAS an open-source version supported by the community, and TrueNAS with more enterprise-grade features and commercial support working on the company’s hardware of the same name (TrueNAS flash-powered arrays). Even though lots of the code was shared, the company found out that maintaining both projects separately negatively affected the development efficiency and quality of the software since they had to maintain two build processes, two QA processes, and two sets of documentation. The situation is illustrated in the diagram above, but the company has decided…
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MakuluLinux Core Now Built on Forked Gnome – LinuxInsider

MakuluLinux is an ever-changing family of Linux desktops built on its own base around several heavily modified desktop environments. Core, the latest release, is an evolutionary redesign well worth trying. Most distribution maintainers focus on annual or semi-annual operating system upgrades that update core system files and sometimes add different software packages and features. MakuluLinux creator Jacque Montague Raymer continuously works to reinvent the Linux wheel. Over the last few years, he created unique user interfaces to make something new out of already established desktops. His passion is creating new desktop features and integrating them into his other desktop releases.…
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CIQ Launches Support for Upstream Kernels in Rocky Linux – HPCwire

RENO, Nev., April 17, 2024 — CIQ, the company building the next generation of software infrastructure for enterprises, today launched fully supported, upstream stable kernels for Rocky Linux via the CIQ Enterprise Linux Platform, providing enhanced performance, hardware compatibility and security. The new offering from CIQ was built to meet the ultra-high performance, compatibility and security needs of the most advanced customers, and is now available to everyone. Development of the new offering stemmed from a storage use case where leveraging the large PCIe footprint of AMD EPYC processors was critical. Since then, additional use cases have emerged as organizations…
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AlmaLinux in the Cloud: Support and Management Best Practices – Security Boulevard

Management and support are key components for the efficient utilization of an operating system in cloud computing environments. Adopting security best practices like regular updates, disabling unnecessary services, and configuring firewalls are essential. TuxCare’s Enterprise Support for AlmaLinux offers several key benefits, making it an indispensable partner for managing AlmaLinux deployments.   AlmaLinux is a fully open-source Linux distribution with clear upgrade paths. It is a perfect operating system to allow for scalability – whether you are a startup, an established business, or trying to enter a new space. After the major change introduced with CentOS Stream, AlmaLinux has been…
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Fedora Linux 40 Cleared For Release Next Week – Phoronix

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Kodachi Linux an open source anti-forensic distro – Linux Adictos

Kodachi is a Debian-based Linux distribution that comes with Tor, a VPN, and DNSCrypt. Desktop environment is integrated with custom scriptsso they allow them to manage everything using a good looking graphical interface. With the Conky utility you can view real-time information about your Internet connection. The assigned VPN IP, Tor country exit node, open ports, CPU and RAM spikes, as well as bandwidth consumption are displayed in the background while browsing the Internet. Secure cloud providers are integrated with the distribution, you can access Dropbox, SpiderOak or Wuala to upload files to the cloud. This is very useful when…
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Veeam champions data freedom for customers with new Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager support – ZAWYA

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Gentoo Linux Says NO to AI: Bans AI-Generated Code Submissions! – It’s FOSS News

Not a single month goes by without seeing some new lawsuit or another that involves AI spewing out copyrighted content, and the companies behind it being dragged to court to explain themselves (they rarely do).The world of open-source software development has not been spared either; there have been reports where contributors tried passing off low-quality AI-generated work as their own, which then went on to create issues of their own.And as it stands, Gentoo Linux has now taken a big step in curbing such AI-generated nonsense. Let's see what they have done.Clamping Down on AI Before It Does DamageThe Gentoo…
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Rocky Linux To Support Upstream Stable Kernels – Phoronix

With the various Linux distributions derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), we're beginning to see more features to distinguish between them rather than just "RHEL clones". It was just days ago talking about AlmaLinux restoring old hardware support that's been deprecated by upstream Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Now over on the Rocky Linux side, CIQ as the principal organization behind them is rolling out support for upstream Linux kernels. CIQ announced this week that they will be supporting upstream stable kernels into Rocky Linux. They wrote in a press release: "CIQ, the company building the next generation of software…
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