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[News] Debian GNU/Linux Has "End Of Life" Advantage

  • Subject: [News] Debian GNU/Linux Has "End Of Life" Advantage
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2010 19:51:40 +0000
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Distros and End Of Life

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| I like Jaunty. I might decide to stick with 
| it. Given that the truth is that it'll still 
| be perfectly fine, with only security updates 
| and anything 3rd party repositories provide, I 
| don't really see much wrong with it. But if I 
| have to change it, there's only a few options.
| I've gone off Debian and Ubuntu based systems. 
| the DEB package format isn't bad, but Debian 
| and Ubuntu, along with most of their 
| derivatives, seem to make things too easy.



CeBIT 2010: Debian with BSD Kernel

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| Debian developer Alexander Reichle-Schmehl
| presented Debian GNU/kFreeBSD at the Open
| Source Forum at CeBIT. The FreeBSD port
| should become an official part of the
| upcoming Debian version 6.0 free distro.
| The new architectures kfreebsd-i386 and
| kfreebsd-amd64 will become a part of
| Debian's new offerings. The "k" in the
| name, Reichle-Schmehl indicates, is only
| that the FreeBSD kernel is involved and
| not the C libraries, for example. The
| FreeBSD kernel currently in use is version
| 7.2, with an update to 8.0 possible. The
| operating system should provide the "best
| of both worlds," the stable BSD kernel and
| Debian's package management and
| infrastructure.

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