How to Deploy and Use the Rocky Linux Docker Image

How to Deploy and Use the Rocky Linux Docker Image

When you think of deploying Rocky Linux, you most likely default to either installing it to bare metal or as a virtual machine. Both of those deployments work great for fairly straightforward use cases. But what if you'd prefer to containerize your deployments? Containerized deployments have plenty of benefits, such as: Some time ago, Rocky...

Get Out of the Red and Save 40% by Switching to Rocky Linux with CIQ

Get Out of the Red and Save 40% by Switching to Rocky Linux with CIQ

The Enterprise Linux operating system has always presented users with 2 options:  Depending on your use case, internal and external policies, and needs, you chose the path that was best for you or your company. And while that is still an option, the cost to open a support ticket has significantly increased over time with...

CIQ Offers LTS for Rocky Linux 8.6, 8.8, and 9.2 Images on AWS

CIQ Offers LTS for Rocky Linux 8.6, 8.8, and 9.2 Images on AWS

CIQ is extending the life of Rocky Linux point releases with CIQ long-term support (LTS) for Rocky Linux 8.6, 8.8, and 9.2 images on AWS. This ensures organizations can easily leverage Rocky Linux while meeting their long-term operating system support needs for security and compliance. Whether organizations require bug fixes and security patches in the...

Altair Adds Support for Rocky Linux in Altair HyperWorks

Altair Adds Support for Rocky Linux in Altair HyperWorks

CIQ is excited to announce that Altair, a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence, will support Rocky Linux 8.4 in its latest release of Altair HyperWorks (2023.1). Altair customers can now deploy HyperWorks solvers atop the world’s fastest-growing Enterprise Linux operating system, Rocky Linux, confident in the enterprise-grade support Altair offers. “Our work...

How to Install the phpMyAdmin Web-Based MySQL or MariaDB GUI on Rocky Linux

How to Install the phpMyAdmin Web-Based MySQL or MariaDB GUI on Rocky Linux

If you've ever had to administer a database, you know there are two routes you can take…the command line or a GUI. Although the command line is a very effective method of managing databases, it can't beat a GUI, especially when you need speed and efficiency. This is made especially so when you're working with...

How to Install the NGINX Web Server on Rocky Linux

How to Install the NGINX Web Server on Rocky Linux

Over the past decade, NGINX has become one of the most popular web servers on the market. For those who've never tried NGINX, it is highly efficient (especially at handling concurrent connections), scales very well, and has a lower memory profile than many other web servers. Back in 2021, NGINX overtook Apache as the world's...

You Asked, We Answered: FAQs About Apptainer

You Asked, We Answered: FAQs About Apptainer

As containers gain popularity in High Performance Computing (HPC) environments, Apptainer (formerly known as Singularity) has become the leading container system for HPC. For those seeking more information about Apptainer and the benefits of containerization, we’ve curated a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), designed for both beginners and seasoned experts in the field. This...

How to Troubleshoot SELinux Policy Issues with a User-Friendly GUI

How to Troubleshoot SELinux Policy Issues with a User-Friendly GUI

SELinux is a security subsystem on Rocky Linux that defines access controls for the applications, processes, and files. The system uses a set of rules (policies) that inform SELinux what can or can’t be accessed. But SELinux can be a bit of a challenge, which often leads admins and users to either disable the feature...

How to Deploy Rocky Linux as a Virtual Machine with VirtualBox

How to Deploy Rocky Linux as a Virtual Machine with VirtualBox

Virtual machines (VMs) are a great way to deploy numerous servers, without having to purchase additional systems. Not only that, but they make it easy to take snapshots of a current running state, so you can always roll back, should something go awry. On top of that, virtual machines are a great way to test...