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There are several releases of Alpine Linux available at the same time.
 
There are several releases of Alpine Linux available at the same time.
  
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Every 6 month we make a snapshot of ''edge'' and make a release. We support each stable release for a certain time, normally for 2 years. We can do security fixes beyond that on request and when patches are available.
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The latest release of Alpine Linux is: '''2.4.2''' [http://alpinelinux.org/node/13845 Release notes], [http://git.alpinelinux.org/cgit/aports/log/?h=v2.4.2 git log]
 
The latest release of Alpine Linux is: '''2.4.2''' [http://alpinelinux.org/node/13845 Release notes], [http://git.alpinelinux.org/cgit/aports/log/?h=v2.4.2 git log]
 
= Developement =
 
= Developement =

Revision as of 13:21, 24 May 2012

There are several releases of Alpine Linux available at the same time.

Every 6 month we make a snapshot of edge and make a release. We support each stable release for a certain time, normally for 2 years. We can do security fixes beyond that on request and when patches are available.

The latest release of Alpine Linux is: 2.4.2 Release notes, git log

Developement

Name: edge
Release type: rolling
Updates: unstable
Directory name: edge

Current release

Name: v2.4
Release information: Release notes, git log
Release type: stable
Updates: Bugfixes and security
Directory name: v2.4

Current minor release

Past releases

Name: v2.3
Release information: Release notes, git log
Release type: obsolete
Updates: Security only
Directory name: v2.3
End of Life: Support ends at general availability of current release + x.1.x