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    Kernel Cousin Debian.
    Contributed by kezdeth on Wednesday, May 23 @ 14:09:44 BST

    Debian
    Ok, as we all know by now, Debian Weekly News is back and good to go (Yay!)

    What I'd like to know is, does anyone know what the story on KCD is? It's been almost two months now since the last update.

    rob: *Sniff*, its dead jim?

     
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    Re: Kernel Cousin Debian. (Score: 2, Interesting)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 23 @ 20:56:24 BST

    rob: *Sniff*, its dead jim?

    Yes, it is. KC Debian is now officially considered "sleeping". However, KC Debian-Hurd still lives.

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