End of support for EuroLinux 7

EuroLinux 7

As of 30.06.2024, support for EuroLinux 7 has ended as the system reached EOL (end of life). This means that security updates, technical support, and new features for this system version will no longer be available. With the end of support, we encourage you to migrate to newer versions of EuroLinux 8 and 9.

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EuroLinux 9.4 released

EuroLinux 9.4

We are pleased to announce the next release of EuroLinux – 9.4 “San Marino” in honor of the world’s oldest republic. This update will please security engineers and developers in particular, adding new options for the Linux kernel’s cryptographic API and putting more detailed control over TLS engine tuning in their hands to best represent their needs.

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EuroLinux Now Available on Windows Subsystem for Linux


We are pleased to announce the availability of the our official EuroLinux distro images on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). This enables you to seamlessly run Linux tools and applications directly on your Windows machine, expanding your development environment and enhancing your workflow without dual boot or virtual machines.

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EuroLinux 8.9 released

EuroLinux 8.9

We released version 8.9 of the EuroLinux operating system. The new version of the system includes updated developer software (LLVM 16, Rust 1.71, Go 1.20), kernel version 4.18.0-513 and Java version 21. The list of new features is more extensive. SCAP Security Guide has been updated, and now includes improved rules to provide more consistent configuration, while stream 20 has been added to the Node.js module.

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EuroLinux 9.3 released

EuroLinux 9.3

We released version 9.3 of the EuroLinux operating system. EuroLinux 9.3 repositories have been expanded to include Redis 7, Nodejs 20 and Java 21 OpenJDK, GCC Toolset 13. Updated toolsets: Rust v1.71, Go v1.20 and LLVM v16, GCC 11.4. The Linux kernel has been updated to version 5.14.0-362.

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