Linux This Month

Linux This Month: RHEL 8.4, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 & 1Password for Linux

Episode description

In Linux news this month, Ross takes a look at the new RHEL 8.4 release and it’s focus on Edge Computing and the IoT (internet of things). SUSE is a big topic, with the news that openSUSE Leap is now binary compatible with SUSE Linux Enterprise, and we take a deep dive into the new SUSE LE service pack 3 PR candidate. Ross mourns Fedora 32’s end of life, but Fedora 34 is here to help mend your broken heart and 1Password is helping to make password management even easier now that it can run on Linux natively!

0:00​ Introduction
0:47​ RHEL 8.4
1:30 OpenSUSE Binary Compatibility
2:08​ Fedora 32 End of Life
2:55 1Password on Linux
4:12 SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP 3
5:08 Stories of the Linux Switch

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RHEL 8.4 Released – Focus on the Edge
https://www.itprotoday.com/linux/red-hats-rhel-84-release-targets-edge-deployments

openSUSE Now Binary Compatible with SUSE Linux Enterprise
https://www.zdnet.com/article/suse-bridges-the-gap-between-opensuse-leap-and-suse-linux-enterprise/

Fedora 32 Reaches End-of-Life, Long Live Fedora 34!
https://9to5linux.com/fedora-linux-32-reached-end-of-life-upgrade-to-fedora-linux-34-now

1Password Finally Runs on Linux, Natively!
https://blog.1password.com/welcoming-linux-to-the-1password-family/

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 3 in Public Beta!
https://www.suse.com/c/suse-linux-enterprise-15-service-pack-3-public-release-candidate-is-out/

Switching to Linux? 17 Examples of People Who Did and How it Worked!
https://opensource.com/article/21/5/switch-to-linux

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Series description

Linux is an ever-evolving technology, transforming from a simple kernel released in 1991 to 95% of servers in the world now running Linux in 2019. With an unstoppable growth and use on 90% of cloud infrastructures and 100% of supercomputers, Linux This Month is here to provide you with monthly updates from the global Linux community. Helping both the home and professional users stay up to date with the latest changes in Linux development, adoption, and industry changes.

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