Re: Info request about Debian
Leave alone support for obsolete releases of Debian, does this mean a
person using these obsolete releases doesn't have access to atleast
their respective obsolete repositories for any older packages he might
want to install now?
If yes, I might conclude that users of older versions are compelled to
shift to newer releases. Is that correct ?
An answer to this I think would fully clarify my doubt.
On Fri, 09 Oct 2009 22:14:21 -0700
Russ Allbery <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Kasuladevi <email@example.com> writes:
> > I am new to Debian. Could you please tell me how long are the
> > packages and updates support available for each release of Debian
> > OS. Are older releases of Debian "hamm", "slink", "potato", "woody",
> > "sarge", "etch" still supported, if yes, how long will they be
> > supported.
> In general, each stable release is supported for one year after the
> release of the next stable release. lenny, the current stable
> release, was released in February of 2009, so etch will continue to
> be supported until February of 2010. The older releases are no
> longer supported.