Debian is a free operating system (OS) for your computer. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run. Debian uses the Linux kernel (the core of an operating system), but most of the basic OS tools come from the GNU project; hence the name GNU/Linux.
- Getting Debian
- Developers' Corner
- Debian Packages
- If you'd like to start using Debian, you can easily obtain a copy, and then follow the installation instructions to install it.
- If you're upgrading to the latest stable release from a previous version, please read the release notes before proceeding.
- To get help in using or setting up Debian, see our documentation and support pages.
- Users that speak languages other than English should check the international section.
- People who use systems other than Intel x86 should check the ports section.
[12 Jul 2011] Debian invites you to Debian Day
[09 Jul 2011] Community Distribution Patent Policy FAQ now available
[03 Jul 2011] Debian at several conferences
[25 Jun 2011] Updated Debian 6.0: 6.0.2 released
[23 Jun 2011] Debian moves to LibreOffice
[17 Jun 2011] New round of Debian IRC Training Sessions
[10 Jul 2011] DSA-2277 xml-security-c - stack-based buffer overflow
[10 Jul 2011] DSA-2276 asterisk - multiple denial of service
[07 Jul 2011] DSA-2275 openoffice.org - stack-based buffer overflow
[07 Jul 2011] DSA-2274 wireshark - several vulnerabilities
[06 Jul 2011] DSA-2273 icedove - several vulnerabilities
[05 Jul 2011] DSA-2272 bind9 - denial of service
[02 Jul 2011] DSA-2271 curl - improper delegation of client credentials
[01 Jul 2011] DSA-2270 qemu-kvm - programming error
[01 Jul 2011] DSA-2269 iceape - several vulnerabilities
[01 Jul 2011] DSA-2268 iceweasel - several vulnerabilities
[01 Jul 2011] DSA-2267 perl - restriction bypass