Debian GNU/Linux 7.0, a new stable version of the world's largest Linux distribution, has been released: "After many months of constant development, the Debian project is proud to present its new stable version 7.0.
After 24 months of constant development, the Debian Project is proud to present its new stable version 6.0 (code name "Squeeze"). Debian 6.0 is a free operating system, coming for the first time in two flavours. Alongside Debian GNU/Linux, Debian GNU/kFreeBSD is introduced with this version as a "technology preview".
The Debian project announced the availability for download of the sixth maintenance version of the Debian 7 Linux operating system.Debian 7.6 is just a maintenance update, like all the previous releases so far in the series.
Just want to make sure I understand this correctly. Wheezy is Debian testing, so if you have the "testing" repo in your sources.list file, you will track the rolling release of Wheezy as all the updates come through during the development process. Unless you change your sources to "wheezy", after the release of Wheezy, you'll then continue to track the next testing.
The Debian project has announced that they are now aiming to launch the new Debian 7.0 “Wheezy” in the first weekend of May.After spending an eternity in development, Debian 7.0 “Wheezy” will finally become the latest stable release, and the project can finally move to another development branch.“We now have a target date of the weekend of 4th/5th May for the release.
I understand that having "wheezy" in apt.sources means "testing" now (though frozen) and then "stable" one Wheezy goes stable. To keep a "rolling" release, "wheezy" can be changed to "testing" so that it does not go "stable"."testing" is now frozen, so at this point, wheezy = testing?
WheezyWith Linux 3.0 on its way, the Debian developers have decided to move the Debian Wheezy development from Linux 2.6 to Linux 3.0.Debian Wheezy is the successor to Debian Squeeze, which was was released earlier this year. Currently it is in development and is available from Sid.As I have mentioned in the earlier article, Linux 3.0 brings no changes to the API or the ABI.
The Debian project is pleased to announce the third update of its stable distribution Debian 7 (codename wheezy). This update mainly adds corrections for security problems to the stable release, along with a few adjustments for serious problems.
The Debian project proudly announced today, May 5, that after months of hard work the final version of the highly anticipated Debian 7.0 Linux operating system is now available for download. Dubbed Wheezy and powered by Linux kernel 3.2 and X.Org 7.7, Debian 7.0 includes an improved installer, multiarch support, a complete set of multim... (read more)