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After Rocky Linux, We Have Another RHEL Fork in Works to Replace CentOS

A few days ago, Red Hat dropped the bomb with the decision of replacing the stable CentOS Linux with a rolling release model CentOS Stream. The dictatorial approach to discontinue CentOS 8 by the end of 2021 instead of 2029 left many users anguished. While there is an easy way to move from CentOS 8 to CentOS Stream, not everyone wants to have a rolling release distribution on the production server. While there are plenty of server distributions available, CentOS was preferred because it was a free, community version of RHEL.