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Old 03-04-2008, 12:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Debian Lenny, FreeBSD 7, OpenBSD and silencing CPU fans


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Quick notes because I've got time for no more: I hadn't updated Debian Lenny in about a week. Bugs are getting fixed all over the place. The latest wave of upgrades includes a couple of fixes for the Epiphany browser, which as a result is running better than ever. Most of what I noticed was cosmetic, but it just adds to the excellent functionality that Lenny already offers users. If you've been worried about running Lenny instead of Etch, I think the time is right to move to Lenny as it makes its way from Testing to Stable.

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