Navy Linux 8.5r1 Now Available!
Navy Linux 8.5r1 Now Available for Workstations, Servers. The release notes for Navy Linux 8.5r1 contain a summary of the changes made to the Navy Linux base system on the development line.
Navy Linux is a rebuild of the Red Hat Linux project just as the CentOS Linux project has been for all these years. This document contains the release notes for Navy Linux 8.5r1. It describes recently added, changed, or deleted features of EL8. It also provides some notes on upgrading from CentOS to Navy Linux.
All users they want to migrate CentOS to Navy Linux.
Advisory to verify CHECKSUM, Download iso and CHECKSUM in same folder and check “md5sum -c CHECKSUM” Link to download https://cdn.navylinux.org/navylinux/releases/8.5r1/x86_64/iso/
Secureboot is missing in this release but packages are secued with the GPG key.
Remmina added as default remote desktop client for better RDP and SSL session.
Navy Installer Images available on all mirrors at path /navylinux/releases/8.5r1/x86_64/iso/ or download from Download page https://navylinux.org/download/
Navy Linux Kernel Packages available in nl-kernel repo.
[nl-kernel] - kernel repository
nl-kernel kernel repository allows kernel care and updates for Navy Linux Kernel. Package included in Kernel repository available at https://cdn.navylinux.org/navylinux/releases/8.5r1/x86_64/kernel/Packages/
[nl-base] - BaseOS repository
OS repository group of Minimal OS and Server packages. https://cdn.navylinux.org/navylinux/releases/8.5r1/x86_64/os/
Arch x86_64 supported Hardware for the Navy Linux Release 8.5r1
Minimum Hardware requirement for production deployment
CPU: 2 cores
RAM: 4 GB
Virtualization Hypervisors have the following hardware requirements:
- A CPU with the hardware virtualization extension
- An Intel® 64 extension
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