Debian Linux 7.0 is now available

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Debian Linux doesn't get all the attention it once did, but as the foundation for other, more popular Linux distributions, such as Mint and Ubuntu, the release of a new major Debian version. 7.0, aka Wheezy, is still a big-deal in Linux development circles.

The Debian Linux distribution isn't a ground-breaking Linux. If you want a cutting-edge distribution, Fedora Linux is the one for you. After all, Debian 7 uses the over-a-year old Linux 3.2 kernel as its basis while Linux 3.9 is the newest release. On the other hand, if what you want is a stable, well-tested distribution than Debian will fit your needs