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{{http://aptosid.com/themes/keres/images/logo.png}} is a Debian derivative. {{http://aptosid.com/aptosid.png}}
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 * Status: active (2011-01-16) aptosid is made up of 2 words, firstly apto, which is a Latin word which means 'to fit, adapt, adjust, make ready, or fit'. The second word is sid and is the codename of Debian's unstable branch.

aptosid holds fast to the core values and social contract of Debian. (DFSG).

We aim to be 100% compatible with debian sid, and is at the forefront regarding the definition of a rolling distribution.

 * Status: active (2017-06-18)
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 * IRC: irc://irc.oftc.net/aptosid
 * Wiki: http://aptosid.com/index.php?module=wikula
 * Debian derivatives census maintainer: Kel Modderman <kel@otaku42.de> (kelmo on IRC)
 * Blog:
 * Microblog:
 * Corporate sponsor:
 * Government sponsor:
 * user IRC: ircs://irc.oftc.net/aptosid
 * devel IRC:
 * Debian IRC:
 * user list:
 * devel list:
 * Debian list:
 * user forums: http://aptosid.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2
 * devel forum:
 * Debian forum:
 * Forum:
 * wiki:
 * security contact: Stefan Lippers-Hollmann <s.l-h@gmx.de>
 * Manual: http://manual.aptosid.com/
 * Debian derivatives census maintainer: Stefan Lippers-Hollmann <s.l-h@gmx.de>, Trevor Walkley <trevor_walkley@aptenodytes.org>(bluewater on IRC)
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 * Debian page:
 * Distrowatch page: https://distrowatch.com/aptosid
 * Distribution type: live image, installable
 * Debian derivative model: uses Debian binary packages and adds/modifies a minimal amount of source packages
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 * VCS repository: https://github.com/fullstory
 * Bug tracker:
 * Forwarded bugs:
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 * Source repo: {{{deb-src http://aptosid.com/debian/ main fix.main}}}
 * Contributor info: http://lab.aptosid.com/
 * Patches repo:
 * Docs about aptosid for Debian developers:
 * Docs about Debian for aptosid developers:
 * aptosid glossary:
 * Package comparison:
 * Popcon information:
 * QA information:
 * lintian information:
 * piuparts information:
 * static analysis information:
 * list of developers:
 * developer blogs:
 * developer microblogs:
 * developer info:
 * derivatives info:
 * mirrors: http://aptosid.com/mirrors-en.html
 * apt repositories:
{{{#!highlight sourceslist numbers=disable
deb [arch=i386,amd64] http://aptosid.com/debian/ sid main fix.main
deb-src http://aptosid.com/debian/ sid main fix.main
}}}
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Last updated <<DateTime(2011-01-16T17:54:42+1000)>> Last updated <<DateTime(2013-08-06T12:53:56)>>

aptosid

http://aptosid.com/aptosid.png

aptosid is made up of 2 words, firstly apto, which is a Latin word which means 'to fit, adapt, adjust, make ready, or fit'. The second word is sid and is the codename of Debian's unstable branch.

aptosid holds fast to the core values and social contract of Debian. (DFSG).

We aim to be 100% compatible with debian sid, and is at the forefront regarding the definition of a rolling distribution.

deb [arch=i386,amd64] http://aptosid.com/debian/ sid main fix.main
deb-src http://aptosid.com/debian/ sid main fix.main

Last updated 2013-08-06 12:53:56