[LINUX] Kernel / Python version summary for each Debian release

Linux kernel version for each Debian 5 or higher release, A summary of supported Python versions.


Version Code name Kernel version Supported Python version Page
8.0 Jessie 3.16 2.7(default), 3.4 DebianJessie - Debian Wiki
7.0 Wheezy 3.2 2.7(default), 3.2 DebianWheezy - Debian Wiki
6.0 Squeeze 2.6.32 2.5, 2.6(the default), 3.1 DebianSqueeze - Debian Wiki
5.0 Lenny 2.6.26 2.4 and 2.5(the default) DebianLenny - Debian Wiki

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It seems that Python3 is the default. Python 3 default flow in Linux distributions --orangain flavor

We couldn't find a specific date or timing for the migration, but due to the end of maintenance of Python 2 in 2020, Python 3 will be the default for the next major release Debian 9 (Stretch) or Debian 10 (Buster). It seems that efforts have begun to make it.

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