The team of developers behind the Red Hat Enterprise Linux-based Baruwa Enterprise Edition commercial operating system, popularly known as BaruwaOS, has announced the general availability of BaruwaOS 6.8.
Based on the freely distributed source code of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 release, BaruwaOS 6.8 arrives today, June 13, 2016, with support for the popular Let’s Encrypt free and open certificate authority to protect your domains with an HTTPS (Secure HTTP) address, thanks to the implementation of the ACME client protocol.
Also new in BaruwaOS 6.8 is support for DMARC (Domain Message Authentication Reporting & Conformance) reporting, allowing customers to send both aggregate and forensic reports. Then, there are the ability to set up delivery servers, which are also known as fallback servers, and support for configuring dedicated IP addresses for fallback and delivery servers, as well as domains.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht
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