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The choice of Debian Stretch<emphasis role="distribution">Buster</emphasis> is well justified based on the fact that any administrator concerned about the quality of their servers will naturally gravitate towards the stable version of Debian. Even if the previous stable release might still be supported for a while, Falcot administrators aren't considering it because its support period will not last long enough and because the latest version brings new interesting features that they care about.
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Every Debian release starts its life as a continuously changing distribution, also known as “<emphasis role="distribution">Testing</emphasis>”. But at the time we writeyou read those lines, Debian Stretch<emphasis role="distribution">Buster</emphasis> is the latest “<emphasis role="distribution">Stable</emphasis>” version of Debian.
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Why Debian StretchBuster?
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Once Debian has been chosen, the matter of which version to use must be decided. Let us see why the administrators have picked Debian Stretch<emphasis role="distribution">Buster</emphasis>.
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Since Debian 6 <emphasis role="distribution">Squeeze</emphasis>, it is possible to use Debian with a FreeBSD kernel on 32 and 64 bit computers; this is what the <literal>kfreebsd-i386</literal> and <literal>kfreebsd-amd64</literal> architectures mean. While these architectures are not “official relea” (they are hosted on a se parchitectures”, about 90 ate mirror — <literal>ports.debian.org</literal>), they provide over 70% of the software packaged by Debian is available for them.
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<primary>migration<literal>ports.debian.org</literal></primary>
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Debian has chosen to follow this recommendation, and, thus, name its distributions accordingly (thus, the latest stable release is Debian GNU/Linux 910).
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In the context of this book, you are the system administrator of a growing small business. The time has come for you to redefine the information systems master plan for the coming year in collaboration with your directors. You choose to progressively migrate to Debian, both for practical and economical reasons. Let's see in more detail what' is in store for you…
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