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MySQL is NOT abandoning Debian

“MySQL AB apologizes for any miscommunication that may have implied that the MySQL database does not run on the popular Debian Linux operating system, or that the company does not offer technical support for MySQL Enterprise subscribers using Debian.”
Linux-watch clarifies:

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Moving on to the specific point of commercial support, she said, “For paying customers, our company also offers 'MySQL Enterprise,' a comprehensive set of production-tested software, proactive monitoring tools, and premium support services. Since its official launch in October, we have delivered versions of the MySQL Enterprise Server software for RHEL, SLES, and a general-purpose version that runs on other forms of Linux — including Debian. Starting in Q1 2007, we will also deliver regular software updates for the Debian and Ubuntu platforms as well.”

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