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'''Debian''' is a computer operating system composed of software packages released as free and open source software primarily under the GNU General Public License along with other free software licenses.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://debian.org/intro/free| title=What Does Free Mean? or What do you mean by Free Software?| publisher=The Debian Project| work=Debian official website| accessdate=12/1/2009}}</ref> '''Debian GNU/Linux''', which includes the Linux kernel and GNU OS tools,<ref>{{cite web| url=http://debian.org/index.en.html| title=Debian.org - What is Debian?| publisher=The Debian Project| work=Debian official website| accessdate=12/1/2009}}</ref> is a popular and influential GNU/Linux distribution.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://distrowatch.com/stats.php?section=popularity| title = Linux Distributions&nbsp;– Facts and Figures| publisher=distrowatch.com| accessdate=10/31/2008}}</ref> It is distributed with access to repositories containing thousands of software packages ready for installation and use. Debian is known for relatively strict adherence to the Unix and free software philosophies<ref>[http://www.debian.org/social_contract Debian Social Contract] on Debian homepage</ref> as well as using collaborative software development and testing processes.<ref name="debfaq-def">{{cite web| url=http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-faq/ch-basic_defs.en.html#s-whatisdebian| title=The Debian GNU/Linux FAQ&nbsp;– Definitions and overview| publisher=Debian| accessdate=5/12/2008}}</ref> Debian can be used on a variety of hardware, from NAS/SAN devices to phones, laptops, desktops and servers. It focuses on stability and security and is used as a base for many other distributions.
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'''Debian'''<ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.debian.org/ | title=Debian | publisher=Debian Project | accessdate=2012-04-10 }}</ref> is a computer operating system composed of software packages released as free and open source software primarily under the GNU General Public License along with other free software licenses.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://debian.org/intro/free| title=What Does Free Mean? or What do you mean by Free Software?| publisher=The Debian Project| work=Debian official website| accessdate=12/1/2009}}</ref> '''Debian GNU/Linux''', which includes the Linux kernel and GNU OS tools,<ref>{{cite web| url=http://debian.org/index.en.html| title=Debian.org - What is Debian?| publisher=The Debian Project| work=Debian official website| accessdate=12/1/2009}}</ref> is a popular and influential GNU/Linux distribution.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://distrowatch.com/stats.php?section=popularity| title = Linux Distributions&nbsp;– Facts and Figures| publisher=distrowatch.com| accessdate=10/31/2008}}</ref> It is distributed with access to repositories containing thousands of software packages ready for installation and use. Debian is known for relatively strict adherence to the Unix and free software philosophies<ref>[http://www.debian.org/social_contract Debian Social Contract] on Debian homepage</ref> as well as using collaborative software development and testing processes.<ref name="debfaq-def">{{cite web| url=http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-faq/ch-basic_defs.en.html#s-whatisdebian| title=The Debian GNU/Linux FAQ&nbsp;– Definitions and overview| publisher=Debian| accessdate=5/12/2008}}</ref> Debian can be used on a variety of hardware, from NAS/SAN devices to phones, laptops, desktops and servers. It focuses on stability and security and is used as a base for many other distributions.
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== Target ==

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Debian
Company / developer Debian Project
OS family Unix-like
Working state Production
Source model Free and open source software
Initial release 16 August 1993 (1993-08-16)
Language(s) 63 languages[1]
Update method APT (several front-ends available)
Package manager dpkg package manager
Supported platforms IA-32, x86-64, PowerPC, SPARC, DEC Alpha, ARM, MIPS, PA-RISC, S390, IA-64
Kernel type Monolithic (Linux, FreeBSD), Micro (Hurd)
Userland GNU
Default user interface GNOME, KDE Plasma Desktop, Xfce and LXDE
License Free software, mainly the GNU GPL, and others[2]
Official website debian.org

Debian[3] is a computer operating system composed of software packages released as free and open source software primarily under the GNU General Public License along with other free software licenses.[4] Debian GNU/Linux, which includes the Linux kernel and GNU OS tools,[5] is a popular and influential GNU/Linux distribution.[6] It is distributed with access to repositories containing thousands of software packages ready for installation and use. Debian is known for relatively strict adherence to the Unix and free software philosophies[7] as well as using collaborative software development and testing processes.[8] Debian can be used on a variety of hardware, from NAS/SAN devices to phones, laptops, desktops and servers. It focuses on stability and security and is used as a base for many other distributions.

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Versions wheezy, sid
Archive Debian pool
Source git targetcli.git
Documentation -

Installation

LIO Unified Target has been the default block storage target from Debian wheezy (freeze: June 2012). The user space shell targetcli can be installed as follows:

su -c 'apt-get install targetcli'

See also

Notes

  1. "Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 released". Debian. 2/14/2009. 
  2. "License information". Debian. 
  3. "Debian". Debian Project. 
  4. "What Does Free Mean? or What do you mean by Free Software?". Debian official website. The Debian Project. 
  5. "Debian.org - What is Debian?". Debian official website. The Debian Project. 
  6. "Linux Distributions – Facts and Figures". distrowatch.com. 
  7. Debian Social Contract on Debian homepage
  8. "The Debian GNU/Linux FAQ – Definitions and overview". Debian. 

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