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Does Plesk support AlmaLinux as an alternative to CentOS 8?

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    Mitchell van Bijleveld

    So, it seems like on a clean installation, Docker local node is not supported on AlmaLinux?

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    Sascha Henken

    Please consider to support Rocky Linux as well, led by CentOS founder Gregory Kurtzer. Thanks.

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    pirapol

    @Sascha Henken 
    Yeah! Wonder if Plesk will support Rocky Linux they seem committed to support Alma Linux.

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    Michel vd Lingen

    Support VzLinux 8.x as well please. Seems to be a lot better than AlmaLinux.
    Currently with AlmaLinux 8.4 the Plesk Firewall is not working as it should e.g. you block SSH access, but you can still try login.

    Also reported this issue in a support ticket.

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    Alex Vojacek

    This is exactly what also happens in Plesk with Centos 7 so I do not see why Almalinux will be different.  Just handle IPtables by yourself, much more efficient and with more resources at your disposal than using the basic Plesk Firewall.

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