Debian 7.7 Released With Various Bug-Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 20 October 2014 at 03:15 PM EDT. Add A Comment
DEBIAN --
While some are busy debating whether Debian should be forked, the upstream Debian release team is moving forward and has announced the stable release of Debian 7.7.

The Debian 7.7 update just incorporates various miscellaneous and security related fixes over the other Debian 7.x "Wheezy" releases. Debian 7.7 has updates for flashplugin-nonfree, rides on the Linux 3.2.63 stable kernel, live-config now disables SSH log-in at boot, updates for Tor, and various other updates throughout the Debian GNU/Linux package ecosystem.

More information on the Debian 7.7 changes can be found via the Debian.org news announcement.
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