Each Debian release has a name, probably supposed to help remembering them. I’m running bullseye is much easer than, I have Debian 11.3. However, with names, it’s much more difficult to tell which release is newer, or how many releases are between two releases. The situation is exacerbated by Ubuntu, which although based on Debian, comes with its own release name aliases. This article summarizes the release names of Debian and the corresponding Ubuntu LTS releases.
|Date||Debian version||Debian release||Ubuntu version||Ubuntu release|
|not yet||12.0||bookworm||22.04||Jammy Jellyfish|
The related versions of Debian and Ubuntu haven’t been selected carefully. The table just shows the corresponding LTS Debian releases, although are are many more intermediate releases as well.
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