Refer to the release notes for details of the AL2022- https://docs.aws.amazon.com/linux/al2022/release-notes/relnotes-20220728.html
My educated guess for now is no.
The reasons for that are:
- Amazon Linux 2022 is based on Fedora, but isn't directly compatible with any particular release of Fedora. Amazon Linux 2 was built on several upstream sources including Fedora.
- History wise - Amazon Linux 1 was not in-place upgradeable to 2
- They explicitly state that Amazon Linux 2 features a high level of compatibility with CentOS 7. As a result, many EPEL7 packages work on Amazon Linux 2. However, no EPEL or EPEL-like repositories currently work on Amazon Linux 2022. Hence this can't be backwards compatible for now.
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