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debian jessie

Debian jessie are now stable an i now back to squeeze, with etch, lenny are now freeze for me, so then, working now in finish sysvinit/hal era of linux and started the new systemd/udev era
Ian was gone! and new stuffs comes to Debian, many caused breaks, like the rumors of fork of it! Ian Murdok the father of Debian project always thing about proyections but today that its a M$ like enterprice!


With this release, hal and sysvinit has end, the "hard-forced" systemd from win-hat guys are a fact and udev/upower/udisk are the new devices managers.

The wheeze release was only a "transitional release" like sarge does and lenny/etch does!

The UEFI support was added but not as totally free software. UEFI uses a firmware check so has a closed object check at boot. The boot areenabled in 32 and 64 bits archs.

Multiarch is a radical rethinking of the filesystem hierarchy with respect to library and header paths, to make programs and libraries of different hardware architectures easily installable in parallel on the very same system. So with this i386 and x64 can be both packages instalable in same machine. Of couse be prepared to a lot of space consume, its like have a duplication of.

Media installers reduced: yes now all come to the net, only a set of 4 DVD's or 12 CD's are made, the rest of sofware are in the repositories.

Mate, cinnamon are new desktop, in the old-school fashion scene, and now backport are in main as normal repository!


Personally now the linux scenary are like the M$ does, a windo-like systems with huge of complex requeriments and user-oriented stupid things. Minimun requeriments are raised now from 200MHz with 128Ram for a GTK/qt desktop to a minimun of 1GHz with 1GB Ram for decent web browsing!

U are forced to use those if comes for frowsing and use recent hardware and recent stuff need this recent release of jessie! There's no way, other than VenenuX 0.X series or the recent Debian/VenenuX releases.