Debian

Debian is one of the oldest GNU/Linux distributions. It is also the most influential distributions, serving as a base for many other distributions, including the popular Ubuntu distribution, which in turn is a base for many other distributions, ultimately making Debian the base of a large number of distributions.

Debian is known for its solid stability derived from its long developemnt and testing cycle, as well as for its support of a multitude of processor architectures.

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Estimated UsageUnknown
Inception YearSept. 15, 1993, midnight
CountryUnited States of America
Websitehttps://www.debian.org/
Download Portalhttps://www.debian.org/distrib/
Documentation Portalhttps://www.debian.org/doc/
Development Portalhttps://www.debian.org/devel/
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Distribution BaseIndependent/Original
Architectures32-bit PC (x86, IA-32) 64-bit ARM (AArch64) 64-bit MIPS (little endian) 64-bit PC (AMD64, Intel 64, x86_64) EABI ARM (ARMel) Hard Float ABI ARM (ARMhf) IBM System Z (s390x) MIPS (big endian) MIPS (little endian) POWER (ppc64le)
Init Systemsystemd
C Standard LibraryGNU C Standard Library (glibc)
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Distribution Default Package Format.deb
Distribution Default Low Level Package Manager
Distribution Default Package Manager Database
Distribution Default CLI Binary Package ManagerAdvanced Package Manager (APT)
Distribution Default GUI Binary Package Manager
Distribution Default CLI Source Package Manager
Distribution Default GUI Source Package Manager
Distribution Default Build System