7.0 "wheezy"

Debian

Article from ADMIN 15/2013
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On the CD

The great Debian Linux project is known for its stability, its easy and versatile package architecture, and the vast scope of its package repositories. Debian is also known as the quintessential Free Software distribution. Debian serves as the basis for dozens of other distros, including Ubuntu, Knoppix, and Mint. Why not try the real thing?

Debian Version 7.0 "wheezy" is the result of many months of testing and development. The new release includes new tools for private cloud support, as well as installer improvements and a new multi-architecture feature that provides better management for dependencies when you install 32- and 64- bit applications on the same computer.

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Infos

  1. Debian: http://www.debian.org/
  2. Debian "wheezy" installation guide: http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/installmanual
  3. Debian wiki: http://wiki.debian.org/

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