Debian 11 Bullseye: A Little Look at Installing New Debian

Debian 11 Bullseye: A Little Look at Installing New Debian

Debian 11 Bullseye: A Little Look at Installing New Debian

Since, it is approaching according to the official publication schedules of the Debian Organization, the liberation of the new stable version de Debian GNU / Linux call "Debian 11 Bullseye"Today we will take our first look at it, starting with its installation.

Let's keep in mind that, "Debian 11 Bullseye" it should be available for this year or the next. Above all because "Debian 10 Buster" this month of July 2021, he is 2 years old since he was released. And that is the minimum time set for its useful life as stable, since, between 2 and 3 years a new stable version of Debian GNU / Linux.

Update and optimize MX-Linux 19.0 and DEBIAN 10.2 after installing

Update and optimize MX-Linux 19.0 and DEBIAN 10.2 after installing

And as usual, before going fully into the subject of this publication, we will immediately leave below, the link of 2 of our related previous posts with information about the post-installation de "Debian 10 Buster".

Entries where you will find useful information and more links to other publications to have updated, optimized, personalized and adapted its free and open Operating Systems based on it, while it is still in force as stable:

"In this post we will proceed to offer a common procedure to upgrade and optimize to both MX-Linux 19.0 and DEBIAN 10.2 after installing, since the former is based on the latter. To carry out this tutorial we have used an ISO file of the latest MX-Linux Snapshot, 64-bit, dated December 2019, called MX-19_December_x64.iso, and an ISO file of the latest stable version of DEBIAN, 64-bit , for DVD, dated November 2019, named debian-10.2.0-amd64-DVD-1.iso." Update and optimize MX-Linux 19.0 and DEBIAN 10.2 after installing

Related article:
Update and optimize MX-Linux 19.0 and DEBIAN 10.2 after installing
Related article:
DEBIAN 10: What extra packages are useful after installing?

Debian 11 Bullseye: Release Approaching

Debian 11 Bullseye: Release Approaching

About Debian 11 Bullseye

Development milestones

According to official information on Wiki of Debian Organization, this year is the year of "Debian 11 Bullseye", since, these are the main milestones on the development and release of this version:

  • 12-01-2021: Transition and initial freezing.
  • 12-02-2021: Soft freezing.
  • 12-03-2021: Hard freezing.
  • 17-07-2021: Total freezing.
  • 14-08-2021: Probable final release date.

"Debian announces its new stable release on a regular basis. Users can expect about 3 years of full support for each version, and 2 years of extra "LTS" support.". Debian versions

News and Features

And among many news and features, "Debian 11 Bullseye" will come with the following:

  • Official support for the following hardware architectures: 32-bit PC (i386) and 64-bit PC (amd64), ARM 64-bit (arm64), ARM EABI (armel), ARMv7 (EABI hard-float ABI, armhf), little-endian MIPS (mipsel), 64-bit little-endian MIPS (mips64el), PowerPC, 64-bit little-endian (ppc64el), and IBM System z (s390x).
  • Reorganization of the parcel: More than 13370 new packages, for a total of more than 57703 packages. Most of the programs that are distributed have been updated: more than 35532 program packages (corresponds to 62% of the packages in Buster). A significant number of packages (more than 7278, 13% of packages in Buster) have also been removed for various reasons.
  • Desktop environments included by default: GNOME 3.38, KDE Plasma 5.20, LXDE 11, LXQt 0.16, MATE 1.24, and XFCE 4.16.
  • Essential parcel: It will bring a kernel from the 5.10 series and a version of LibreOffice from the 7.0 series.
  • Support included in kernel for exFAT file systems: Debian 11 Bullseye will be the first version to provide a Linux kernel that has support for the exFAT filesystem, and by default, it will use it to mount exFAT filesystems. Therefore, it is no longer necessary to use the user-space file system implementation provided through the exfat-fuse package.

Installation Process

Next we will show a sequence of screenshots that will guide us in the form of a tutorial, screen by screen, on what the installation process of this future and new stable version "Debian 11 Bullseye" The Center should be ready very soon.

For this we will use a Virtual Machine (VM) with VirtualBox and a Debian Testing Weekly ISO:

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For more official information about "Debian 11 Bullseye" and its installation you can explore the following links:

Summary: Various publications

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  1.   no no no said

    You do not get into your head what is debian, I doubt that it has xfce 4.16, because it is not the philosophy of debian stable and it is the same desktop version as in testing and in life it has been seen that debian stable and debian testing use the same desktop version.

    Debian stable will carry, xfce 4.14 and of course it will not carry the kernel 5.10, as you have stated on more than one occasion, it will carry the 5.4 is a tried and tested kernel, 5.10 has been out for 4 days, as well as xfce 4.16 and that is not how debian works , it works, with tested and failed things, as is the case with xfce 4.14.

    And the release cycle of debian is not this program, it is more or less, but more or less, every two years, but the philosophy of debian is that it will be when it is, it can be 2 years, 2 years and three months, etc.

    1.    Linux Post Install said

      Greetings, nonono. Thank you for your comment and contribution. All the data provided have their respective links to the official sources of the Debian Organization from where they were taken. However, thanks to your observation, we add greater precision regarding the possible release date. And about the package versions, such as the Kernel and XFCE, those are the versions mentioned in the official link attached in the article.

    2.    Arangoiti said

      SISISI, Debian 11 carries XFCE 4.16:

      DESKS AND VERSIONS OF DEBIAN 11

      KDE Plasma 5.20
      GNOME 3.38
      Xfce 4.16
      LXDE 10
      MATE 1.24

      1.    Linux Post Install said

        Greetings, Arangoti. Thanks for your comment. Certainly, as its official source says that will be the XFCE version. In a few months or a maximum of 1 year, when said final stable ISO is released, that version will be very solid and available for Debian 11 Bullseye.

        1.    Arangoiti said

          You're welcome mate, that's right. A hug

          1.    Franco Castillo said

            Above he affirms it without knowing 🤦‍♂🤦‍♂🤦‍♂

  2.   brainlet said

    You have installed standard system utilities and xfce but what is debian desktop environment?
    it is necessary?

    1.    Linux Post Install said

      Greetings, Brainlet. Thanks for your comment. That option is checked by default, when using the DVD ISO, but next to the GNOME option. In other words, I assume that it is a «Root Category» that is activated because it is assumed that any Desktop Environment will be installed, and that is why it comes with GNOME, checked by default. In my case, I unchecked GNOME and put XFCE. It was the only change I made on that screen.

    2.    Linux Post Install said

      If you look closely at "The Debian Administrator's Handbook" (Debian HandBook - https://debian-handbook.info/browse/es-ES/stable/ ) in chapter “4.2.17. Selection of packages for installation »this option previously checked by default is shown. Possibly if it is not indicated in Desktop Environment, the installer should install XFCE, which is supposed to be the default DE for Debian 10. And if you check any other or more together, then that will be the one or those indicated to be installed.