Debian 11.0 Bullseye has just been released

The Debian 11.0 Bullseye has just been released and Debian 12 "Bookworm" is set to take its place as a new test distribution.

Let's take a look at some of its most important features Debian 11:

- More than 59k packages are available in the Debian archive, and with this release there are around 11k + new packages. New Debian 11.0 Bullseye consists of 1,152,960,944 lines of code. Until today they have help 6.208 people to create the distribution.

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- The core Linux 5.10 LTS feeds the Debian 11.

- Support for the exFAT file system.

- Control groups v2 support.

- Use yescrypt password hashing by default.

- There are also many other updates, such as GCC 10.2 as the default compiler (before it was GCC in version 8.3), LLVM Clang 11.0 instead of Clang 7.0 and many other major updates.

- The "open" command is now an alias of xdg-open.

- LibreOffice 7.0

- Print without drivers on USB devices via IPP-USB.

More details about its changes Debian 11 can be found at notes of the new version.

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