Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” Finally Released

After two years in development, Debian 6.0, codenamded “Squeeze”, is finally here. Starting with Debian 6.0 it is no longer just a “Linux distribution”. Debian 6.0 is possible to install using the BSD kernel instead of the standard Linux kernel. Alongside Debian GNU/Linux, Debian GNU/kFreeBSD is introduced with this version as a “technology preview”.


Microsoft will release a custom Debian Linux. Repeat, a custom Debian Linux for networking

OCP Summit Put down your coffee gently. Microsoft will today release a homegrown open-source operating system, based on none other than Debian GNU/Linux, for network switches.

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Debian GNU/Linux now supported on Microsoft's Azure

Microsoft is adding Debian GNU/Linux to its list of supported Linux distributions available on its Azure cloud.


Debian 8: Linux’s most reliable distro makes its biggest change since 1993

Debian 8—nicknamed "Jessie" after the cowgirl character in Toy Story 2 and 3—debuted last week, but it feels overdue.

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