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Debian 4.0 "Etch" suffers delays

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The developers of the Linux distribution Debian have now made the first Release Candidate of the new installer, which represents the most important new feature of the new Debian Version 4.0 ("Etch"), available.

However the RC1 of the new installer is already three months behind schedule. Back in October the developers had already, while holding on to their release date of December 4, 2006, postponed the Freeze feature.

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If you managed to read so far: Congratulations! That means you get to be
one of the lucky first 10 people to know the codename for the next Debian
release: it will be called Lenny.

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