What is Debian Lenny Lenny?
Debian Releases > Debian Lenny Lenny is the code name for a former DebianStable distribution. It was released on Feb 15th, 2009 as Debian GNU/Linux 5.0. It was superseded by Debian/ Squeeze on Feb 06th 2011.
What is the old name of Lenny Linux?
Lenny is the code name for a former DebianStable distribution. It was released on Feb 15th, 2009 as Debian GNU/Linux 5.0. It was superseded by Debian/ Squeeze on Feb 06th 2011. It has been archived and no longer receives security updates.
What happened to the Debian-Non-US archive?
Debian maintained a special archive called the non-US archive. These packages were incorporated into the main archive in Debian 3.1 and the debian-non-US archive is discontinued; it is actually archived now, incorporated into the archive.debian.org archives. They are still available from the archive.debian.org machine.
What version of Debian should I install for the archive images?
Most importantly: the archive images are provided as a service for our users who may need them. We strongly recommend that you install the current stable release of Debian if at all possible, as that is where you will receive the best support.
What architectures does Lenny support?
Lenny is officially supported on the following architectures : alpha, amd64, arm, armel, hppa, i386, ia64, mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390, sparc. (see Lenny’s release page, criteria, and status ).
What version of Windows does dccproc work on?
Windows The DCC client dccproc compiles and works on at least some versions of Microsoft Windows 98, XP, and Vista with Borland’s free SDK and with Microsoft’s SDK. See the main Makefilefor Windows. Those system names include trademarks.
Is there a free version of DCC for Linux?
Even worse, all known Linux redistributions of DCC software have been changed in ways that break things, including the /var/dcc/libexec/updatedccshell script that could otherwise be used to fetch, configure, compile, install, and restart a current version. The license on the free source is in the source as well as dcc-servers.net.