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Debian is a Linux distribution on which many other distributions (such as Ubuntu) are based. It uses GNOME as a desktop environment by default, but other desktops such as KDE, Xfce, MATE, Cinnamon, LXDE and LXQT can also be used. For further information visit Debian on Wikipedia.

As of 7 September 2022, the current stable version is Debian 11.4 Bullseye, the testing version is called Bookworm, and the unstable version (a.k.a. rolling upgrade version, with more up-to-date package versions) is called Sid.


Many packages related to OpenStreetMap can be found in the official Debian repositories. The DebianGis project provides a list of the Debian GIS Openstreetmap packages.

Installing a Debian tile server

Read : Debian/Jessie/FR:Installation

Read : Debian/Stretch/FR:Installation

Read : Debian/Bullseye/FR:Installation


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