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Debian’s next release frozen

The Debian GNU/Linux Project has announced that its next release, Squeeze, has been frozen. This means that no new features will be added and that work will now commence on ironing out all release-critical bugs so that Squeeze can be officially released.
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The release will be based on the 2.6.32 kernel and will have version 4.4.5 of the KDE Desktop and 2.30 of GNOME. Other desktop environments like XFCE (version 4.6.2) and LXDE (0.5.0) are also included.

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