Systemd-Free Debian Fork Devuan Releases Its Second Beta
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 30 November 2016 at 10:59 AM EST. 40 Comments
DEBIAN --
Two days ago we brought up Devuan, the systemd-free fork of Debian turned two years old, and now it seems they are celebrating the anniversary by the release of the second beta.

The Devuan Beta 1 release happened back in April and is now finally succeeded by a second beta.

Devuan Jessie Beta 2 was uploaded yesterday, 29 November, to the Devuan Download Zone. Stop by there if you want a systemd-free version of Debian Jessie. As of writing the Devuan.org home page has yet to be updated for reflecting the new beta.
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