internetnews: New Debian Delayed No More
Jun 07, 2005, 23:30 (2 Talkback[s])
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"The wait is over. After months of wrangling and various delays,
Debian's new GNU/Linux distribution, code-named Sarge, has been
"Members of the Debian community, including Ian Murdock and
Bruce Perens, praised the release and vowed that the wait won't be
as long next time.
"Sarge has been in development for nearly three years since its
predecessor Woody was first released. It supports 11 different chip
architectures ranging from the common x86 to IBM's S390, Sun SPARC
and HP Alpha..."