Special Report on
Debian Release Management
Debian Release Management - Trends
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Caught up in the tangle of manually installing and updating software, enterprises can find a tip or two in the open source community’s book on how to streamline the process, according to Google senior system administrator Marc Merlin. Merlin’s platform of choice is Debian GNU/Linux, which he said has the most comprehensive software library available for Linux. Merlin developed 'getupdates', a program to keep client software synchronized with a central server. “I wrote getupdates to keep Linux machines (servers or workstations) in sync with a repository,” Merlin said. “I've deployed it on Red Hat at the two ...
Even though the idea of formal alignment between the freezes of Debian and Ubuntu didn’t hold, there has been some good practical collaboration between the maintainers of key subsystems. There are real benefits to this, because maintainers have a much more fruitful basis for sharing patches when they are looking at the same underlying version. Harmonization for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and Debian Squeeze I think this is where we stand now: I’m sure there are inaccuracies, please help me keep this up to date, sabdfl on freenode is the best way to reach me. The RHEL and SLES numbers are ... Read More
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DEBIAN RELEASE MANAGEMENT
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