Debian 11 “Bullseye” Released

Debian 11 “Bullseye” has been officially released now after just over two years in development. Debian 11 brings many new features as outlined this morning with the big upgrade to Linux 5.10 LTS, exFAT file-system support, control groups v2,...

Debian GNU/Linux 10.10 “Buster” Released

The Debian Project announced today the general availability of the Debian GNU/Linux 10.10 update to the latest stable Debian GNU/Linux 10 “Buster” operating system series.

Debian 10.9 Released

While Debian 11.0 is brewing and currently under a hard freeze, Debian 10.9 is out this weekend as the latest stable update to Debian 10 “Buster“. Debian 10.9 brings SBAT support to the FWUPD packages, a security fix to...

Debian running on Rust coreutils

Fascinating initiative, and a hell of a lot of work. Rust seems to be gaining ground left, right, and centre. Rust/coreutils is now available in Debian, good enough to boot a Debian with GNOME, install the top 1000 packages,...

Debian Launches A Debuginfod Server

Debian is the latest major Linux distribution deploying a Debuginfod web server so that ELF/DWARF/source-code information can be supplied via HTTP to clients on-demand when debugging. Introduced last year was Debuginfod with GNU Binutils 2.34 for distributing debugging information...

Debian 11.0 “Bullseye” is now under its soft freeze

With the Debian soft freeze beginning, all uploads to the Debian archive are to be small, targeted fixes with no new source packages permitted for Bullseye. Existing source packages also cannot add or drop binary packages. The Debian release...

Debian 10.8 Released

Debian 10.8 as the Linux distribution’s latest quarterly update is now available ahead of Debian 11 expected later in the year. Debian 10.8 provides the latest stable release updates for “Buster” with dozens of package updates compared to 10.7....

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