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Le 08/02/2012 18:19, Thomas Vincent a écrit :

> Une petite suggestion.

Intégrée, merci, je propose de modifier aussi « la prise en charge de la
sécurité pour » par « le suivi en sécurité de ».


Je joins le fichier le plus à jour au cas où Cédric accepte ces
modifications, et vous remercie d'avance pour vos relectures.


<define-tag pagetitle>Security Support for Debian 5.0 to be terminated</define-tag>
<define-tag release_date>2012-02-05</define-tag>
#use wml::debian::news
# $Id: 2012-02-05-lenny-eol.wml 3109 2012-02-08 21:26:06Z boutil-guest $

<h2>Security Support for Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 terminated on February 6th</h2>

<p>One year after the release of Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 alias <q>Squeeze</q> and
nearly three years after the release of Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 alias
<q>Lenny</q> the security support for the old distribution (5.0 alias
<q>Lenny</q>) came to an end a few days ago. The Debian project is proud
to have been able to support its old distribution for such a long time and
even for one year after a new version has been released.</p>

<p>The Debian project released Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 alias <q>Squeeze</q> on
the 6th of February 2011. Users and distributors have been given a
one-year timeframe to upgrade their old installations to the current
stable release. Hence, the security support for the old release of
5.0 ended on the 6th of February 2012 as previously announced.</p>

<p>Previously announced security updates for the old release will continue
to be available on security.debian.org.</p>

<h2>Security Updates</h2>

<p>The Debian Security Team provides security updates for the current
distribution via &lt;<url "http://security.debian.org/";>&gt;. Security updates for the
old distribution are also provided for one year after the new
distribution has been released or until the current distribution is
superseded, whatever happens first.</p>

<h2>Upgrading to Debian 6.0 alias <q>Squeeze</q></h2>

<p>Upgrades to Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 from the previous release, Debian
GNU/Linux 5.0 alias <q>Lenny</q>, are automatically handled by the
aptitude package management tool for most configurations, and to a
certain degree also by the apt-get package management tool. As always,
Debian GNU/Linux systems can be upgraded painlessly, in place, without
any forced downtime, but it is strongly recommended to read the <a 
notes</a> for possible issues, and for detailed instructions on
installing and upgrading.</p>

<h2>About Debian</h2>

<p>Debian GNU/Linux is a free operating system, developed by more than
thousand volunteers from all over the world who collaborate via the
Internet. Debian's dedication to Free Software, its non-profit nature,
and its open development model make it unique among GNU/Linux

<p>The Debian project's key strengths are its volunteer base, its dedication
to the Debian Social Contract, and its commitment to provide the best
operating system possible. Debian 6.0 is another important step in that

<h2>Contact Information</h2>

<p>For further information, please visit the Debian web pages at
<a href="$(HOME)/">http://www.debian.org/</a> or send mail to

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