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SuSE Linux 10.0 Reaches End of Life(EOL)

Marcus Meissner posted on the openSUSE Mailing list that SUSE Linux 10.0 has reached End of Life and will no longer be supported.

From the mailing list post,

Hi,

With the release of an nmap bugfix on December 20 we have released the
last update for SUSE Linux 10.0.

It is now officially discontinued and out of support.

SUSE Linux 10.0 was released begin of October 2005.

Some statistics on the released patches:

Total: 666 (311 active) (+12)
Security: 529 (223 active) (+31)
Recommended: 124 ( 79 active) (+16)
Optional: 13 ( 9 active) (-35)

Top issues (compared to 9.3 for some issues):
17 clamav (0)
12 opera (0)
12 MozillaFirefox (-1)
12 apache2-mod_php4 (-3)
12 php5 (0)
9 kernel (-1)
8 xorg-x11-server (+2)
8 squirrelmail (-1)
8 phpMyAdmin (0)
8 MozillaThunderbird (+1)
8 ImageMagick (+1)
8 ethereal (-1)
7 openssl (new)
7 OpenOffice_org (+1)
7 java-1_5_0-sun (+2)
7 cups (new)
6 xine-lib (-1)
6 samba (new)
6 qt3 (new)
6 openssh
6 mozilla
6 java-1_4_2-sun (+1)
6 horde
6 gpg
5 xpdf
5 timezone
5 ruby
5 release-notes
5 poppler
5 mediawiki
5 libextractor
5 krb5
5 kdegraphics3-pdf
5 gpg2
5 bind
5 beagle
5 apache2
… 4 or less occurences …

Like the popular saying, All Good Things Must Come to an End. SUSE 10.0 was and still is my all time favorite distro, it’s paved way for the community support now so abundant in openSUSE releases. Adios, amigo.
It’s been good knowing you and powering my system

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