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|Initial release||May 21, 2013|
|Latest release||2017 / January 15, 2017|
|Update method||APT (several front-ends available)|
|Default user interface||IceWM|
|License||Free software (mainly GPL). Proprietary software in a separate (non-default) repository.|
Debian GNU/Hurd has been in development since 1998, and made a formal release in May 2013, with 78% of the software packaged for Debian GNU/Linux ported to the GNU Hurd. The Debian GNU/Hurd developers were hoping to be able to release it with Debian "Wheezy" in 2013. However, Hurd is not yet an official Debian release, and is maintained and developed as an unofficial port.
According to the GNU/Hurd compatibility guide, the current version is compatible with laptops but there is no PCMCIA support yet.
Debian GNU/Hurd is distributed as an installer CD (running the official Debian installer) or ready-to-run virtual disk image (Live CD, Live USB). The CD uses the IA-32 architecture, making it compatible with IA-32 and x86-64 PCs.
The current version of Debian GNU/Hurd is 2017, published in January 2017.
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