ZFS Finally Lands In Debian
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 13 May 2016 at 12:01 PM EDT. 25 Comments
DEBIAN --
The latest Linux distribution seeing ZFS file-system packages officially added is none other than Debian.

For years Debian developers have been wanting to add ZFS packages to the Debian archive and we knew they were getting close while this week the milestone was finally achieved.

The package is called zfs-linux and is currently available to Debian unstable users. Package details via the Debian Tracker. Additional commentary about this achievement by Debian developer Petter Reinholdtsen on his blog.
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