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.NET Core 2.0 multi-arch tags now use Debian Stretch #16

richlander opened this Issue Jun 28, 2017 · 1 comment


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richlander commented Jun 28, 2017

.NET Core 2.0 multi-arch tags now use Debian Stretch


.NET Core 2.0 Docker multi-arch tags now use Debian Stretch instead of Debian Jessie. .NET Core 2.0 Debian Jessie tags will still be provided. Debian Stretch is considered by the .NET Core team to be a better default choice for .NET Core Docker Linux image users for the lifetime of .NET Core 2.x. There are no plans to update .NET Core 1.x in the same way.



The impact of this change should be minimal. It is possible that you may notice differences in Debian Stretch relative to Debian Jessie. This change would be considered a breaking change if it was made for existing 1.x multi-arch tags. It is considered acceptable because it is being made between major .NET versions (during .NET Core 2.0 preview phase).

The latest tag will be switched to the .NET Core 2.0 SDK when .NET Core 2.0 ships as RTM. This change will result in latest changing from Debian Jessie to Debian Stretch.

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terrajobst Nov 10, 2017


Reopening according to process.


terrajobst commented Nov 10, 2017

Reopening according to process.

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