This tutorial explains how to create an OpenVZ template for Debian Wheezy (Debian Testing) that you can use to create virtual Debian Wheezy machines under OpenVZ. I searched for a Debian Wheezy OpenVZ template, but couldn’t find one, that’s why I decided to create it myself. This guide can also be used for creating Debian […]
September 14th, 2011 by cj2003
Buried in the late-June “Bits from the Release Team” minutes is the news that the Debian Project will aim for a time-based freeze for the next stable release, Wheezy. At the moment that date is June 2012:
August 13th, 2011 by cj2003
In this update: * Release Goals * Arch (re)qualification * 0-day NMU policy <0DNMU> * CUT/Rolling * Improving experimental * Package removal process * What’s due in the next update!
August 2nd, 2011 by cj2003
The unstoppable Miguel Landaeta did it again and I’m happy to let you all know that sec-wall, the security proxy, can be now installed on Debian wheezy/sid using nothing but DEBs, like below
June 16th, 2011 by cj2003
With Linux 3.0 on its way, the Debian developers have decided to move the Debian Wheezy development from Linux 2.6 to Linux 3.0.
As you will have noticed, we have recently had a point release of Squeeze. This means that it’s well and truly the time to start on the next release: Wheezy!
March 30th, 2011 by cj2003
This post is going to describe what I did to get Dancer up and running on Debian Wheezy. Dancer is a web development framework and as such aims to help you develop web applications more quickly.
February 20th, 2011 by cj2003
As you may already know, Squeeze has now become the domain of the Stable Release Managers; in other words, we’ve released! This was the first Debian release which was accompanied by a live commentary on identi.ca[IC].
February 6th, 2011 by cj2003
Hello! Another month has passed since our last email, and we’re just missing you all so much, so we thought we’d write and let you know what we’re up to.
December 14th, 2010 by cj2003
As the Debian developers work on completing development of the free software Debian GNU/Linux 6.0, known as “Squeeze”, they have also been selecting the name for the next version, 7.0. In a recent release update posting, it was announced that Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 will be named “Wheezy”.
September 4th, 2010 by cj2003