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CentOS versions and CentOS variants: a brief history

CentOS versions and CentOS variants: a brief history

This article explains the existing CentOS versions and CentOS variants and their history. See how to use packagecloud to manage your package distributions.

How do I build a package for YUM?

How do I build a package for YUM?

This article gives us a brief history of YUM and its prerequisites. We shall also learn how to install the package from the RPM file.

Which distributions are best for servers?

Which distributions are best for servers?

In this article, we reviewed five popular Linux distributions. Each of them has its own features - stability and fault tolerance, scalability, bleeding-edge technologies, user-friendliness, focus on containers, and others.

What is SUSE and how does it compare to CentOS?

What is SUSE and how does it compare to CentOS?

This article introduces SUSE and CentOS and shares their major features and comparisons.

What is RPM and how do I use it?

What is RPM and how do I use it?

This article explains about RPM and how you can use it. Also, you can find the comparisons between RPM and Packagecloud.

Server Development: A Timeline

Server Development: A Timeline

Users can save time, configure and upgrade computers more quickly and efficiently than ever before. It is made feasible through Packagecloud.

Ubuntu – A Journey from System V to System D

Ubuntu – A Journey from System V to System D

Ubuntu has come a long way from a nascent System V to a more mature System D OS and has many more miles to go to improve the OS and provide a smooth experience to a wide Ubuntu fan-base.

Where did Fedora come from and how did Fedora start?

Where did Fedora come from and how did Fedora start?

What makes Fedora a game-changer? It is dedicated to providing free and flexible software. Read and find out its features and advantages.

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