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Examples of "debian"
Debian Pure Blends are subsets of a Debian release configured out-of-the-box for users with particular skills and interests. For example, Debian Jr. is made for children, while Debian Science is for researchers and scientists. The complete Debian distribution includes all available Debian Pure Blends. "Debian Blend" (without "Pure") is a term for a Debian-based distribution that strives to become part of mainstream Debian, and have its extra features included in future releases.
Most of the distributions based on Debian, like for example Knoppix or Sacix, are not Debian Pure Blends, and Ubuntu is not even binary compatible with Debian. Linux Mint Debian Edition is binary compatible with Debian, but is also not a Debian Pure Blend.
The "Securing Debian Manual" contains information for Debian administrators. Debian includes support for SELinux since version 5.0, as well as AppArmor and Tomoyo.
The Debian build toolchain is a collection of software utilities used to create Debian source packages (codice_1) and Debian binary packages (codice_2 files) from upstream source tarballs.
A very first testing version of Debian GNU/kFreeBSD was created in 2002, and then it was included in Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) as a "technology preview", and in Debian 7.0 (Wheezy) as an official port. Debian GNU/kFreeBSD was discontinued as an officially supported platform as of Debian 8.0.
Note: , discussions are ongoing among Debian developers (on Debian developer mailing list) regarding a proposal of developing a rolling release edition of Debian called DebianCUT (DebianCUT unofficial website) — where "CUT" stands for "constantly usable testing". This has been suggested to be either a new edition of Debian or to replace (or be a modified or re-branded version of) Debian testing.
"unstable" is targeted at Debian developers for building packages to be uploaded to "unstable", and other Debian users that know Debian well in general, master Debian package management, are good for reporting bugs, want to help the Debian project, and have some machines on which they don't depend.
Debian is one of the most popular Linux distributions, and many other distributions have been created from the Debian codebase, including Ubuntu and Knoppix. , DistroWatch lists 126 active Debian derivatives. The Debian project provides its derivatives with guidelines for best practices and encourages derivatives to merge their work back into Debian.
"See list of Linux distributions#Debian-based for a list of Debian-based Linux distributions."
SolydXK, originally based on Debian testing, since January 2015 is built on Debian Stable.
Because the Debian approach diverges significantly from the Exim one it is common to find a lack of support for the Debian approach on the regular Exim mailing-lists, with people advised to ask Debian questions on the Debian-managed mailing-list. The Ubuntu packaging still advises users to use the Debian mailing-list.
The Debian Med project is a Debian Pure Blend created to provide a co-ordinated operating system and collection of available free software packages that are well-suited for the requirements for medical practices and medical research. Debian Med does not create or program software, but integrates software available under a license conforming to the DFSG into Debian and also extends Debian to be a better platform for this field of interest. The Debian Software Repositories contain 36500 packages. Debian Med serves as a magnifying lens to categorize all those packages, that as suited for the field of medicine.
Debian 3.1 ("Sarge"), released 6 June 2005, contained around 15,400 packages. debian-installer and OpenOffice.org were introduced.
Debian followed Libav when it was announced, and announced it would return to FFmpeg for Debian Stretch (9.0).
Kali Linux is based on Debian Testing. Most packages Kali uses are imported from the Debian repositories.
Debian GNU/Hurd is the Debian project's distribution of the GNU operating system, using the GNU Hurd microkernel.
Linux Mint Debian Edition, not compatible with Ubuntu, is based on Debian and updates are brought in continuously.
These tools are used in the Debian project and also in Debian-based distributions such as Ubuntu.
Debian releases do not follow a fixed schedule. Recent releases have been made roughly biennially by the Debian Project.
The error was reported by Debian on May 13, 2008. On the Debian 4.0 distribution (etch), these problems were fixed in version 0.9.8c-4etch3, while fixes for the Debian 5.0 distribution (lenny) were provided in version 0.9.8g-9.