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 * Debian page: https://www.debian.org/misc/children-distros#example
 * Distrowatch page: https://distrowatch.com/example /* For the distrowatch page, list either the table.php page, or the top-level redirect. If using a top-level redirect that redirects to a different name, please use the name redirected to */
 * Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Example
 * Debian page:
 * Distrowatch page:
 * Wikipedia page:
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 * Patches repo: https://patches.example.org/  * Patches

Mentor Embedded Linux Omni OS

Mentor(R) Embedded Linux(R) Omni OS is an embedded Linux® distribution based on Debian. Mentor Embedded Linux Omni OS provides the key benefits of an enterprise-class Linux distribution with the customization capabilities, footprint and real-time performance of an embedded OS. Suitable for industrial, medical, consumer and mil-aero applications.

  • Status: active (2019-02-23)
  • Homepage: https://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/linux/based-on-debian

  • Corporate sponsor: Mentor, A Siemens Business

  • Funding model: Commercial Product
  • Location: completely international
  • Join: Careers at Mentor

  • Research publications:
  • user forums:
  • devel forum:
  • Debian forum:
  • wiki:
  • Security contact: https://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/iot/security

  • Debian derivatives census maintainer: Some One <someone@example.org> (someone on IRC)

  • Debian derivatives census page: Derivatives/Census/MentorEmbeddedLinuxOmniOS

  • Debian derivatives census output: http://deriv.debian.net/MentorEmbeddedLinuxOmniOS/

  • Subscribers:
  • Debian page:
  • Distrowatch page:
  • Wikipedia page:
  • Distribution type: installable
  • Debian derivative model: uses Debian binary packages, modifies some of them and adds new source/binary packages
  • Debian archive quantity:
  • Based on: Debian stretch
  • Interfaces: console
  • Init systems: sysvinit
  • Archive tool:
  • Build status:
  • Build tools:
  • Image build:
  • Image tool:
  • Install tool: debootstrap
  • VCS repository:
  • Bug tracker:
  • Bugs forwarded to Debian: user example-devel@lists.example.org (statistics)

  • Package tracker:
  • Architectures: amd64 i386 arm
  • dpkg vendor: Please add here the output of this: dpkg-vendor --query Vendor. If this prints Debian then you need to patch base-files in your distribution to add a new file in /etc/dpkg/origins/example containing information about your distribution.
  • Patches
  • Docs about Example for Debian developers:
  • Docs about Debian for Example developers:
  • Example glossary:
  • Package comparison:
  • Popcon information:
  • Quality assurance information:
  • lintian information:
  • piuparts information:
  • CI/autopkgtest information:
  • static analysis information:
  • list of developers:
  • developer blogs:
  • developer microblogs:
  • derivatives of this distribution:
  • mirrors list:
  • mirror CDNs:
  • mirror tools:
  • changelogs pool:
  • apt repositories (source, binary, stablerelease/nextrelease):

# If you do not provide any apt repository, please list here in comments
# your distribution methods and download URLs for binaries and source.

# If you use Debian, Ubuntu or deb-multimedia.org or other common external repositories,
# please leave them out of your listed sources.list or add them commented out.
# Please also leave or comment out mirrors of these or other apt repositories.

# Please list all of your supported suites, including development ones.

# Please include correct architecture information (the [arch=...] parts)

# Please list your in-development/future release first, then your stable release
# then your oldstable release and so on. Please do not list unsupported releases

# Please uncomment the mirror lines below after modifying them to point at
# the apt repositories for your derivative.

# Please use suite aliases here instead of codenames. So, stable not squeeze,
# testing, not wheezy. If you don't have any aliases, you may want to add them.

# Please remove this comment and the ones above.

#deb [arch=i386,amd64] https://ftp.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free
#deb [arch=i386,amd64] https://other.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src https://ftp.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src https://other.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free

#deb [arch=i386,amd64] https://ftp.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb [arch=i386,amd64] https://security.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb [arch=i386,amd64] https://backports.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src https://ftp.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src https://security.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src https://backports.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free

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