Donations of equipment and services to Debian
The list of debian.org developer machines contains the most accurate information about the sponsors of Debian machines.
The following organizations have donated equipment to Debian:
- Brainfood (previously known as Novare International) donated the master system (used for BTS, mail, and other things) and the mailing list server for Debian, and has provided continuous upgrades for these machines when they were necessary.
- VA Linux Systems (now known as VA Software) donated the hardware used for www.debian.org and non-us.debian.org, and two major upgrades to those machines, along with several other machines for developers.
- LinuxPPC has donated an 18G hard disk
- Compaq has donated an Alpha system which is being used to port Debian to that architecture.
- The Concorde Group has donated a Sparc Station 10 which is being used to port Debian to the SPARC architecture.
- Rebel.com donated a StrongARM machine used to port Debian to ARM architecture.
- Alpha Processor, Inc. provided an Alpha machine used to port Debian to that architecture.
- Sun Microsystems donated the server which powers the internal archive system, and an additional UltraSPARC machine used to port Debian to that architecture.
- Atipa Linux Solutions donated the server which runs archive.debian.org.
- Hewlett-Packard donated several machines running core services of the Debian Project, including the archive master and the bug tracking system. HP also donated several systems to help port Debian to the HPPA and IA-64 architectures.
- at-net donated a Netwinder machine used to port Debian to the ARM architecture.
- Lasat donated two little endian R5000@250Mhz Masquerade Pro machines used to port Debian to the MIPS architecture (little endian).
- Millenux donated a virtual machine on a Multiprise 3000 to run the buildd for the S/390 port of Debian GNU/Linux.
- Cargal.org has donated a 20 GB hard disk drive.
- AboveNet Communications has provided server and bandwidth for db.debian.org.
- Linux Hardware Solutions provided the server that previously ran ftp.debian.org.
- Kachina Technologies, Inc. provided one SPARC machine and two UltraSPARC machines that were used to port Debian to the SPARC architecture.
- fms-computer.com donated an Opteron server which is being used to port debian-installer to the AMD64 architecture.
- Digital Networks UK donated an Opteron server which is used as a general-purpose AMD64 development machine to which all Debian developers have access.
- Broadcom Corporation donated several SB1 evaluation boards to help Debian's MIPS port.
- Denis Milkovic donated a Cobalt RaQ to help with multi-arch work.
- Sun Microsystems donated a Sun Fire T2000 server for SPARC porting work.
- hitflip.de for donating some video equipment.