Debian 7 Wheezy LTS now supporting armel and armhfOn Thu 02 June 2016 with tags Wheezy LTS debian
Written by Markus Koschany
Debian Long Term Support (LTS) is a project created to extend the life of all Debian stable releases to (at least) 5 years.
Thanks to the LTS sponsors, Debian's buildd maintainers and the Debian FTP Team are excited to announce that two new architectures, armel and armhf, are going to be supported in Debian 7 Wheezy LTS. These architectures along with i386 and amd64 will receive two additional years of extended security support.
Security updates for Debian LTS are not handled by the native Debian Security Team, but instead by a separate group of volunteers and companies interested in making it a success.
Wheezy's LTS period started a few weeks ago and more than thirty updates have been announced so far. If you use Debian 7 Wheezy, you do not need to change anything in your system to start receiving those updates.
More information about how to use Debian Long Term Support and other important changes regarding Wheezy LTS is available at https://wiki.debian.org/LTS/Using
Security updates for the X Window System client librariesOn Sat 25 May 2013 with tags security wheezy squeeze
Written by Ana Guerrero
If you see a bunch of X.org packages upgrades pending in your Squeeze or brand new Wheezy system, don't panic!
Ilja van Sprundel, a security researcher from IOActive, has discovered a large number of issues in the various X client libraries and he has worked with X.Org's security team to analyze, confirm, and fix these issues. You can find more information in the security advisory from X.org.
The Debian Security and X.org teams have quickly updated all the affected packages in Squeeze and Wheezy. You can see the full list of updates in the debian-security-announce mailing list archives.
The new stable version of Debian, codenamed Wheezy, is finally here. Main features of Debian 7.0 Wheezy are multiarch support, specific tools to deploy private clouds, a greatly improved installer and a complete set of multimedia codecs and front-ends which remove the need for third-party repositories. For a complete list of new features and updated software, take a look at the official announcement.
Want to give it a try? Check out the live images!
Want to install it? Choose your favourite installation media among Blu-ray Discs, DVDs, CDs and USB sticks.
Some useful links:
Neil McGovern, on behalf of the Debian Release Team, announced the target date of the weekend of 4th/5th May for the release of Debian 7.0 "Wheezy".
Now it's time to organize some Wheezy release parties to celebrate the event and show all your Debian love!
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