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Bo is the code name for a former [[DebianStable|Stable]] Debian distribution.It was released on June 2nd, 1997 as '''Debian GNU/Linux 1.3''' , named for Bo Peep, the shepherdess in the Toy Story movies. This release consisted of 974 packages maintained by 200 developers. It was superseded by [[DebianHamm]] in 1998. Bo is the code name for a former [[DebianStable|Stable]] Debian distribution. It was released on June 2nd, 1997 as '''Debian GNU/Linux 1.3''', named for Bo Peep, the shepherdess in the Toy Story movies. This release consisted of 974 packages maintained by 200 developers. It was superseded by [[DebianHamm]] in 1998.
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[[http://www.debian.org/News/1997/1.3]] - Debian/BO Releas Information [[http://www.debian.org/News/1997/1.3]] - Debian/BO Release Information

Debian Releases > Debian Bo

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Bo is the code name for a former Stable Debian distribution. It was released on June 2nd, 1997 as Debian GNU/Linux 1.3, named for Bo Peep, the shepherdess in the Toy Story movies. This release consisted of 974 packages maintained by 200 developers. It was superseded by DebianHamm in 1998.

Bo is now obsolete and security updates aren't provided anymore.

http://www.debian.org/News/1997/1.3 - Debian/BO Release Information

Debian/Bo Life cycle

Architectures

* Bo had officially supported the following architectures: i386, m68k, Alpha, and Sparc (see Bo's release page).

New Features

  • Floppy-less install directly from CD
  • inclusion of XFree86 3.3 (1.3.1)

Packages & versions
  • apt : (not available)
  • kernel : linux 2.0.33
  • libc : libc5 5.4.33-6
  • gcc : 2.7.2.1-9
  • X-server : XFree86 3.3.4

The List of packages provided are available at http://archive.debian.net/.

Reference:
http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/project-history/ch-releases.en.html

See Also: