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Debian 11.0 "Bullseye" Gets An August Release Date

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  • #21
    Am already running Debian 11 RC2 on my build machine.

    August 14 release date? Hope I can complete all the rebuilds by then so that I can move my other computers to Debian 11 as well.


    • #22
      To break a lance here - I can't be arsed to toggle a few options and recompile the kernel. Yes, a can do it but I chose not to do so every thime a dot-update comes around.
      Instead I use pecompiled kernels that achieve what I'd do; like xanmod.
      For Debian it's very very easy to add their signing key and repository and install the package from there.
      Sure, I have to trust this party and to be honest I do not trust them as much as I trust Debian.

      $ uname -a
      Linux debian 5.13.4-xanmod1-cacule #0~git20210720.662cdfb SMP PREEMPT Tue Jul 20 17:10:54 UTC 2021 x86_64 GNU/Linux
      To be honest I probably wouldn't know if I'd run a 1 kHz or 250 Hz kernel or which scheduler is in use... but on an oldish CPU I'll take everything that helps for a litte bit more snappiness.
      Last edited by reba; 26 July 2021, 12:59 AM.


      • #23
        We use Debian everyday at my job on the servers as well as on the desktop. It is rock solid and we've experienced around 99.99% uptime.