We are pleased to announce the general release of Rocky Linux 9.1. This release is currently available for the x86-64, aarch64, ppc64le and s390x architectures.please check Rocky Linux Documentation The release notes in , which contain important information, including known bugs and more comprehensive details about this release update. ​Mirror download: https://rockylinux.cn/download​​



Rocky Linux releases are thoroughly tested for correctness and stability. Testing includes hundreds of manual and automated checks covering various environments and configurations.

Rocky Linux 9.1 was approved by the team after more than 9 days of testing. Test logs, discussions, and release listings can be viewed here.

Users interested in the process are encouraged to join chat.rockylinux.org team.

Significant changes

  • Keylime is a remote boot attestation and runtime integrity management solution using a Trusted Platform Module (TPM), now available.
  • Rolling update of new modules, including: node.js 18, php:8.1, maven:3.8 and ruby:3.1.
  • New compiler toolsets including: GCC 12, LLVM 14.0.6, Rust 1.62, and Go 1.18.

cloud image

  • Container images are now available for all x86-64, aarch64, ppc64le and s390x.
  • Vagrant images are now available for x86-64 and aarch64.
  • Official Rocky Linux images are now available on Oracle Cloud Platform.
  • LVM variants for general purpose, EC2, and Azure images are now available.

upgrade and conversion

Current users of Rocky Linux 9 can dnf update Upgrade to 9.1 via PackageKit and its interfaces (GNOME Software, etc.).

Users of other Enterprise Linux 9 distributions can install the migrate2rocky The transition script upgrades and transitions to Rocky Linux 9.1.


We thank the many Rocky Linux project leaders, volunteers, development testers, and documentation contributors, as well as our sponsors and partners for providing resources to build, test, and produce Rocky Linux.

We would like to especially thank the following people for their contributions to this release:

  • Al Bowles
  • Alan Marshall
  • Brian Clemens
  • Chris Stackpole
  • David Roth
  • Ezequiel Bruni
  • Ian Walker
  • Louis Abel
  • Lukas Magauer
  • Mustafa Gezen
  • Neil Hanlon
  • Rich Alloway
  • Sherif Nagy
  • Skip Grube
  • Steven Spencer
  • Taylor Goodwill
  • Trevor Cooper

We thank the development and management workers in Fedora Linux, CentOS Stream, and the countless developers and projects that build these distributions.

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