Debian Lifecycle (EOL)

Debian

Below you can find the life cycle for each version of operating system Debian, like Debian 9.0 (Stretch), including release dates and end of life (EOL) dates.

Debian is a Unix-like computer operating system that is composed entirely of free software, most of which is under the GNU General Public License and packaged by a group of individuals participating in the Debian Project.

The Debian Project was first announced in 1993 by Ian Murdock, Debian 0.01 was released on September 15, 1993, and the first stable release was made in 1996.

Product website: https://www.debian.org

References

  1. Debian

Facts for Debian

Initial release
Sept 1993
Kernel type
Monolithic/Micro

Current releases

Release Codename Release date End of lifeLTS
Debian 9.0StretchJune 17, 2017January, 2020 January, 2022

All releases

Release Codename Release date End of lifeLTS
Debian 9.0StretchJune 17, 2017January, 2020 January, 2022
Debian 8.0JessieApril 25, 2015June 6, 2018June 6, 2020
Debian 7.0WheezyMay 4, 2013April 26, 2016May, 2018
Debian 6.0SqueezeFebruary 6, 2011May 31, 2015February 29, 2016
Debian 5.0LennyFebruary 14, 2009February 6, 2012
Debian 4.0EtchApril 8, 2007February 15, 2010
Debian 3.1SargeJune 6, 2005March 31, 2008
Debian 3.0WoodyJuly 19, 2002June 30, 2006
Debian 2.2PotatoAugust 15, 2000June 30, 2003
Debian 2.1SlinkMarch 9, 1999September 30, 2000
Debian 2.0HammJuly 24, 1998
Debian 1.3BoJuly 2, 1997
Debian 1.2RexDecember 12, 1996
Debian 1.0BuzzMay 17, 1996