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 * [[DebianLive|Debian Live]] is a Debian distribution that you can try in a CD-rom or install in your hard disk or usb stick  * [[DebianLive|Debian Live]] is a Debian distribution that you can try in a CD-ROM or install on your hard disk or USB stick
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 * [[Derivatives/Census/Aptosid|aptosid]] (formerly [[Sidux]]) is a Debian-based live cd of balanced "sid" (Debian unstable) snapshots  * [[Derivatives/Census/Aptosid|aptosid]] (formerly [[Sidux]]) is a Debian-based live CD of balanced "sid" (Debian unstable) snapshots
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== Contribution and help to improve the project == == Contribute and help to improve the project ==

Translation(s): العربية - German - Ελληνικά - English - Español - Français - Bahasa Indonesia - Italiano - 日本語 - 한국어 - Polski - Brasileiro - Русский - Svenska - 简体中文


http://www.debian.org/logos/openlogo-nd-50.png http://www.debian.org/Pics/debian.png

Portal/IDB/logo_portal.png Welcome to the Debian community


  • Portal/IDB/icon-community-32x32.png Debian has a large and diverse community of users and developers. Below are listed items of interest to those already active in the Debian community and to those who are eager to join in.


Useful pages

Events

Debian events

Linux in general

Derivative Distributions

Pre-configured distributions

  • Debian Edu uses Debian to make the best distribution for educational purposes

  • Debian Junior uses Debian to create an OS that children will enjoy using

  • Debian Lex is a complete system for all tasks in legal practice

  • Debian Live is a Debian distribution that you can try in a CD-ROM or install on your hard disk or USB stick

  • Debian Med presents packages that are associated with medicine, pre-clinical research, and life sciences

  • aptosid (formerly Sidux) is a Debian-based live CD of balanced "sid" (Debian unstable) snapshots

Other Distributions

Contribute and help to improve the project