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Software Support and Maintenance

End Of Life (EOL) Cycle of Software for Linux

Our software is tied to the AlmaLinux release cycle, which follows the RHEL lifecycle, ensuring stability and long-term support. Our software releases also follow the supported Operating Systems (OSs) from EDA/FPGA vendors’ tools.

Support Portal: Plunify posts EOL updates, advisories on Software licensees can access the latest information on EOL.

EDA/FPGA Vendor Tools Supported OSs


Quartus Prime:


Support EOL

  • CentOS/RHEL 6 is supported until November 2020.
  • CentOS/RHEL 7 is supported until June 2024.
  • AlmaLinux 8.x is supported until 2029.
  • AlmaLinux 9.x is expected to be supported until 2029, aligning with RHEL 9.x.
  • For example, AlmaLinux 8.10, based on RHEL 8.x, will reach its EOL in 2029. Therefore, our software on AlmaLinux 8.x will remain supported until then.

    Action Required

    To maintain support and security, plan upgrades accordingly. For software running on AlmaLinux 8.x, consider migrating to AlmaLinux 9.x to ensure continued compatibility and support before 2029.

    Security Implications

    Using unsupported AlmaLinux versions poses significant security risks. Regular updates and timely upgrades are crucial to protect against vulnerabilities and ensure system stability.

    By aligning with AlmaLinux’s release and support schedule, we can ensure our software remains secure, up-to-date, and fully supported.

    Red Hat Linux Life Cycle

    Ubuntu Linux Life Cycle

    Windows Life Cycle

    Plunify InTime EOL notice