Debian 7.0 Wheezy stable

Debian has just introduced its new stable version, 7.0. Debian uses character names from the movie “Toy Story” and the new version is called “wheezy”. The new version includes many new features, among which include cross-platform support, tools oriented to the new cloud technologies and a set of multimedia codecs to eliminate the need to install third party software.

We also note that the Debian operating system is available in Catalan and can be installed on multiple architectures, not only PCs but also modern devices like Raspberry Pi minicomputers. This version now supports the new UEFI boot systems. Over 36,000 free software packages at your disposal, updated to the latest versions and tested by the community of Debian developers.

Remember that when installing your Debian netinst version you can use GRN’s repositories found in