EuroLinux released version 8.9 of its operating system on November 16, 2023, introducing updated developer software, including LLVM 16, Rust 1.71, and Go 1.20. The kernel version is now 4.18.0-513, and Java version 21 has been incorporated. Notable features include enhancements to the SCAP Security Guide for more consistent configuration, and the addition of stream 20 to the Node.js module. EuroLinux operates on an Open Core model since version 8.3, providing both paid and free versions. The paid version offers direct technical support, access to additional packages, and influence over product development. The release supports EuroLinux versions 9.x, 8.x, 7.x, and 6.x, with the latest versions being 9.3, 8.9, 7.9, and 6.10. EuroLinux also offers a comprehensive technology stack, including products like EuroAP, EuroDB, EuroSSO, EuroTower, EuroStorage, EuroIQ, and EuroMan. Additionally, EuroLinux Desktop Live, a well-received modern operating system, is available for testing. Release notes and installation information can be found in the provided documentation links.