Professional service and support for Debian
Debian is a Linux distribution based entirely on free software. The project is based entirely on the work of volunteers with the aim of developing a unique Open Source operating system.
Debian is very easy to install and can operate on numerous hardware platforms. The processor architectures currently supported by Debian can be seen here.
The use of a sophisticated package management system allows Debian to seamlessly integrate updates to new program versions, whereby dependencies between programs are automatically removed.
The system’s administration is consistent and flexible.
As Debian is a community project that is not subject to the interests of the market it will only be released once the system has been extensively tested and has adequate stability.
credativ GmbH employs numerous Debian maintainers and developers.
Debian offers a huge collection of over 20,000 software packages. These include:
- Several completely integrated and user-friendly desktop environments, including Gnome and KDE
- High-quality communication software: Evolution and Kontact Groupware Suites
- Mozilla web browser and Mailclient
- An Office environment compatible with the Microsoft Office file formats: LibreOffice
- An intelligently designed package system: APT and associated frontends (aptitude, synaptic)
- Powerful GNU tools
- Numerous editors (emacs, vi, …)
- Privacy tools (GPG, SSH, …)
- Clients and servers for all important protocols HTTP, PPP, TCP/IP, Windows SMB, Novell, …)
- Development tools for all popular programming languages and a large number of exotic ones, such as: C, C++, Objective-C, Java, Python, Perl, Lisp, Ruby, and many more
- The TeX/LaTeX typesetting system, PostScript and Type1 fonts and tools, the Ghostscript PostScript Interpreter, and a complete XML/SGML/HTML development environment
- Relational databases, such as PostgreSQL®, MySQL, and development tools (application server, server-side script languages)
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