- Episode 669
- December 9, 2020
CentOS has ended in what some users are calling a "betrayal to the FOSS community." Red Hat announced it is severing support for the popular spinoff, and the CentOS team simultaneously said they're moving to a rolling release with their CentOS Stream distro. An alpha version of the Debian Installer for Buster's successor, Bullseye has added support for the Linux 5.9 kernel series, and improvements to the ARM64 architecture support. Along with that comes support for new ARM devices, including PINE64's Pinebook Pro and even the original $99 Pinebook.