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Review: Debian GNU/Linux

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Serverwatch takes a look at the Debian Linux distribution.
Debian GNU/Linux is largely distinguished by rigorous quality assurance, a wide range of platform support (11 architectures so far), and solid package management tools that make staying up to date and secure a snap.

The Linux distro is obtained in several forms. Organizations can purchase it from Linux CD distributors, as a download of CD images, as a network installation from a set of boot floppies, and through a novel system called jigdo, which makes assembling a Debian CD from the project's global network of mirrors relatively simple and fast.
 read more | mail this link | score:6871 | -Ray, April 7, 2004
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