Debian 9.2 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 7 October 2017 at 10:58 AM EDT. 1 Comment
DEBIAN --
The Debian project this week has announced the release of Debian GNU/Linux 9.2.

This second point release to "Stretch" has a number of bug fixes and several security issues have been resolved. Among the changes in this release include a possible crash in Apt, a new upstream version of D-Bus has been incorporated, a new stable release of Flatpak, and more. The Linux 4.9.0-4 kernel is used by Debian 9.

Security fixes in Debian 9.2 affect dnsdist, ipsec-tools, irssi, kdepim, kf5-messagelib, OpenJDK, Chromium, Git, CVS, Xen, BlueZ, Perl, Firefox, and many other packages.

The complete list of Debian 9.2 fixes can be found via the Debian.org announcement.
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