Debian 6.0 Breaks Free of Restrictive Licenses
The new operating system release, code-named “Squeeze,” comes in versions based on both Linux and FreeBSD kernels.
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Debian 6.0 breaks free of restrictive licenses
Following a full two years of development, the Debian Project released on Sunday version 6.0 of its namesake Linux distribution, code-named Squeeze.
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Debian 6.0 debuts FreeBSD version, splits off suspect packages
The Debian Project announced a stable Debian 6.0, code-named “Squeeze,” available for the first time in a preview FreeBSD version.
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