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Alma Linux has been released a week ago, and has already been quite well received, as a full on replacement for CentOS. I had the opportunity to talk to Jack Aboutboul, the community manager for that distribution, and ask him a bunch of questions.
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02:02 Presentation of Jack Aboutboul
02:50 What is Alma Linux?
04:03 Is Cent OS Stream unsuitable for servers?
05:36 How is Alma Linux different from CloudLinux OS?
07:14 How is Alma Linux different from other similar projects?
09:13 Will Alma Linux stick to a stable release model?
11:51 What is the migration path from CentOS to Alma Linux?
12:38 Is Alma Linux a 1:1 fork of RHEL?
13:36 Are people from CentOS involved?
15:44 How will the community be involved in the decision making process?
18:09 What is CloudLinux's goal with Alma Linux?
19:41 Do you have any numbers to share?