Would you please write the historical name of Debian/NSLU2.

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Would you please write the historical name of Debian/NSLU2. Please include also how and where to find the frame version for these. I would like also to know what is this SSH? Does the latest frame version supported by SSH or not? Why? Please explain it in detail, thank you in advance.

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Would you please write the historical name of Debian/NSLU2.

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Hello Efren,

I guess the historical name for debian as you wish is DebianSlug+ Debian arm. In brief the debian system was designed by Ian Murdock and he called the system at that time the 'debian linux release'. The name debian that he used for this version of linux distribution happens to be a combination of Murdock’s girlfriend's first name and his own first name.

Before debian was released there were other Linux distributions that had been released, but they were not popular due to the bugs they had in their code.

I will refer you to the following site to have a look at more historical names:

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/FAQ/FirmwareMatrix

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Regards
Mahesh Babu

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