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Has already received offers of help from several organizations

"Rocky Linux, one of the latest new CentOS clones, has announced that its project is targeting to put out a working release sometime in the second quarter of 2021," reports Mayank Sharma in techradar.pro.

"Rocky Linux came about when the Red Hat-owned CentOS project recently shifted focus, much to the chagrin of its users.

Miffed at the move, Gregory Kurtzer, one of the original co-founders of CentOS announced Rocky Linux to give the stranded users a viable option to migrate their servers to, before the current release of CentOS reaches its premature end in December 2021..."

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