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  • Debian 11 "Bullseye" Installer RC2 Released

    Phoronix: Debian 11 "Bullseye" Installer RC2 Released

    The second release candidate of the Debian Installer for the upcoming 11.0 "Bullseye" release is now available for testing...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...er-RC2-Release

  • #2
    probably wise that they wait for Grub2-2.06 an wait for Firefox an Thunderbird 91 ESR an get that in the final Debian 11 release

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    • #3
      Firefox ESR is provided to the stable branch (as is Chromium).
      I don't know for Thunderbird.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Anvil View Post
        probably wise that they wait for Grub2-2.06 an wait for Firefox an Thunderbird 91 ESR an get that in the final Debian 11 release
        Not really, for buster they did release shortly before firefox 68esr if I recall well. And then they released 68esr. Basically they release the ESR version when the previous ESR release becomes unsupported, so probably in something like 4 months.

        Originally posted by jery View Post
        Firefox ESR is provided to the stable branch (as is Chromium).
        I don't know for Thunderbird.
        Thunderbird is based on the ESR branch anyway

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        • #5
          Fantastic. Can't wait for 11 release.

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          • #6
            But I want it now

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            • #7
              I like to install different server versions of some of the more mainstream distros in VirtualBox to get a feel of things, gives me some multi-distro exposure. I obviously know that Ubuntu is built on Debian roots. But a few releases ago I noticed changes in the Ubuntu server edition (assume the same for desktop.) I kind of know the answer, but Ubuntu started packaging core components as Snaps, right? Does anyone recall what release this started appearing? When I watch the boot process in the console, it seems to jump all over the place as well. Figure it must be related. Anyway, congrats to Debian on an upcoming release.

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