Rocky Linux 9.1 Released

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The RESF has released Rocky Linux 9.1, available for the x86-64, aarch64, ppc64le, and s390x architectures. This latest version features updated developer tools as well as an open source, scalable trust system called Keylime, reports Bobby Borisov.

“The big news in Rocky Linux 9.1 is the inclusion of Keylime — a highly scalable remote boot attestation and runtime integrity measurement tool, Borisov says. Keylime allows users to “monitor remote nodes using a hardware-based cryptographic root of trust.”

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