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Netrunner 21.01 – “XOXO” released

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Netrunner 21.01 ships with all the latest security updates provided by Debian and a new beautiful wallpaper showing of the new Codename of this release.

With the activated Debian Buster Backports repository we provide updated firmware for wifi and ethernet chips aswell as improved printer drivers to allow more modern hardware support.

Firefox-ESR and Thunderbird were updated to the latest stable LTS (long term supported) versions, which get regular security updates provided by Debian security.
Netrunner maintains its georgous look and feel from the previous version based upon Breeze Window decoration and the red colors cursor.

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Also: Netrunner 21.01 Released For Customized KDE Desktop On Debian

Debian-based Netrunner 21.01 'XOXO' is the perfect Linux

  • Debian-based Netrunner 21.01 'XOXO' is the perfect Linux alternative to Windows 10

    Here at BetaNews, we report on many Linux distribution releases, because, well, there are a lot of them. Not all of these operating systems are great, and only a handful are legitimate replacements for Windows 10. With that said, Microsoft's operating system is very good, so if you are happy with Windows, you should probably just stick with it. Don't switch for the sake of change, folks.

    Unfortunately, some people strongly dislike Windows 10, and they are eager to move onto a Linux-based alternative. If that is you, I have some great news. One of the best Windows alternatives, Netrunner, has a new version. The Debian-based operating system, which uses the excellent KDE Plasma desktop environment, now sits at version 21.01 and carries the moniker "XOXO."

"Netrunner 21.01, Void Linux 20210218, and Endless OS 3.9.3..."

  • Linux Weekly Roundup #118

    Welcome to this Linux Weekly Roundup.

    KDE Plasma 5.21 has been released and it is really good!

    Netrunner 21.01, Void Linux 20210218, and Endless OS 3.9.3 have been released this week!

Netrunner 21.0 Released Based on Debian Stable 10.7 With Modern

  • Netrunner 21.0 Released Based on Debian Stable 10.7 With Modern Hardware Support and Updated Packages

    Netrunner is a Debian-based Linux operating system that caters to Desktops, Laptops and ARM-based computers, it was first released back in 2010 and has been getting steady updates along the years.

    The operating system uses the KDE Plasma desktop environment by default along with a few other KDE components, the team behind Netrunner also sponsors the development of Plasma and other KDE products.

    Recently, they have announced the availability of the latest stable release – Netrunner 21.01 “XOXO”. This release is their first stable release of 2021 and also the first since the last year when they released Netrunner 20.01 – “Twenty”.

Netrunner OS 21.01 Run Through

  • Netrunner OS 21.01

    Today we are looking at Netrunner OS 21.01. It comes with Linux Kernel 5.10, KDE Plasma 5.14, and uses about 1GB of ram when idling. Enjoy!

  • Netrunner OS 21.01 Run Through

    In this video, we are looking at Netrunner OS 21.01.

Netrunner 21.01 overview | welcome to Netrunner.

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