The Open Source community has lost CentOS as one the most popular free stable Linux distributions. CentOS was one of the most popular server distributions in the world. It is an open source fork of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and provides the features of RHEL without the high cost associated with RHEL.
It provided a good low-cost option, until recently, when CentOS announced that they were killing the normal release schedule and moving all future development to CentOS Stream. CentOS 8 was supposed to be supported until 2029 but will now be discontinued by the end of 2021.
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