Debian 7.4 Rounds Up Stable Updates
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 9 February 2014 at 08:45 PM EST. Add A Comment
The latest Debian Wheezy point release is now available, Debian 7.4, that pulls in various stable updates.

Debian 7.4 has nothing to do with the init system debate and controversy happening right now but it just happened to arrive this weekend. Debian 7.4 has updates to many of its packages -- including the kFreeBSD 8 and 9 kernels -- with various security fixes and other important updates.

If you're a Debian stable user and interested in Debian 7.4, hit up the release announcement at for all of the details concerning this update.
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