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Devuan Beowulf 3.1.0 point release

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Once again the Veteran Unix Admins salute you on this day commemorating six years since the first Devuan pre-alpha Valentine's Day release in 2015!

Devuan Beowulf 3.1.0 point release installer ISOs, desktop-live, and minimal-live isos are now available. Note that ARM and virtual images are not updated in this release.

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We wish to thank all of you for the incredible support given to this development effort, which continues to make Devuan a useful and reliable base distribution.

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Also: Devuan 3.1 Released - Debian Fork Now Offers Runit Plus Sysvinit, OpenRC

Devuan adds third init option in sixth birthday release

  • Devuan adds third init option in sixth birthday release

    Devuan, the Linux distribution that came into being after the 2014 disagreement over Debian’s adoption of the systemd as the operating system’s init daemon, has celebrated its sixth anniversary by adding a third init option.

    On February 14th, the self-described Veteran Unix Admins behind the project reminded users that their first pre-Alpha landed on the same day in 2015.

    The project delivered the new Devuan Beowulf 3.1.0 at the weekend.

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