The release of the distribution Eurolinux 9.3 has recently taken place. This new distribution is based on the texts of the distribution packages of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9.3 and is completely binary compatible with it. The changes in Eurolinux 9.3 mainly involve rebranding and the removal of compounds specific to Rhel. However, the rest of the distribution remains similar to Rhel 9.3. The Eurolinux 9 branch will be supported until June 30, 2032.
To download the installation images for Eurolinux 9.3, you can visit the official website. The size of the images are as follows: 864 MB for boot, 10 GB for AppStream, and 2 GB. Additionally, the project provides scripts to assist with migrating existing installations based on RHEL 7/8/9, Almalinux 8/9, Centos 7/8, Oracle Linux 7/8/9, Rocky Linux 8/9, and Centos 9 Stream to Eurolinux 9.3.
The assemblies of Eurolinux are distributed both by paid subscription and for free. The options are identical and include a complete set of systemic capabilities as well as updates. The differences in the paid subscription primarily involve the provision of technical support services, access to Errata files, and the ability to use additional packages such as those for loading load, ensuring high availability, and creating reliable storages.