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Debian GNU/Linux 11.2 “Bullseye” Released with 30 Security Updates and 64 Bug Fixes

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Debian GNU/Linux 11.2 is here more than two months after the release of Debian GNU/Linux 11.1 “Bullseye” as yet another up-to-date installation and live medium that incorporates all the latest security updates and miscellaneous bug fixes released during this time for existing users through the main software repositories.

In numbers, this second point release includes a total of 94 updated packages, split into 64 miscellaneous bug fixes and 30 security updates. What’s important to note here is the fact that among the security updates included in Debian GNU/Linux 11.2, there’s a fix for the infamous Log4j vulnerability.

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Andrew Cater: Debian media team - testing and releasing Debian

  • Andrew Cater: Debian media team - testing and releasing Debian 11.2 20211218 2030

    We've more or less finished the release of the Debian CD/DVD/Blu-Ray and other media for Bullseye 11.2 release. This is one of the (roughly) quarterly point releases and roll-up releases.

    Thanks firstly to the developers, users, helpers, bug filers who help to keep Debian moving and working and to the release team and press team who more or less finish their job before the media team start theirs.

    Thanks to Sledge and RattusRattus and Isy in Cambridge and to Schweer who single-handedly clears all the Debian-edu testing. This release run seemed to be a bit more slick, a bit faster, a few fewer problems and it's always a joy to work with colleagues who are like family.

Debian 11.2 Update Download

  • Debian 11.2 Update Download - itsfoss.net

    Debian 11.2 bullseye Update Download, The second corrective update for the Debian 11 distribution has been published , which includes the accumulated package updates and fixed bugs in the installer. This release includes 64 updates that address stability issues and 30 updates that address vulnerabilities.

    Changes in Debian 11.2 include an update to the latest stable versions of the containerd, golang (1.15) and python-django packages. Libseccomp adds support for syscalls for newer Linux kernel releases, up to 5.15. Added the rustc-mozilla package , which is required to build from sources newer versions of firefox-esr and thunderbird. The wget utility resolves the problem with loading files larger than 2GB on 32-bit systems.

Thomas Lange: New ISO images using Debian 11

  • Thomas Lange: New ISO images using Debian 11

    I've created new ISO images for FAI. Now, they install Debian 11 using kernel 5.10. The ISOs are available from

    https://fai-project.org/fai-cd

    There's also a Ubuntu version of the FAI CD which installs Ubuntu LTS 20.04 in two variants. A desktop and a server installation is available.

Debian 11 ‘Bullseye' updated to 11.2 with 40+ security updates

  • Debian 11 ‘Bullseye' updated to 11.2 with 40+ security updates and 60+ bugfixes

    The Debian project has released a second update for the stable distribution Debian 11, codenamed “Bullseye”. Although the latest update is not a major revision, it includes more than 40 security updates, in addition to 60+ bug fixes.

    Nearly two months after releasing Debian 11.1, the team behind the Linux distro has sent out an incremental update that fixes multiple bugs, and also addresses several security issues. One of the most prominent of the patches, include a fix for actively exploited Log4j vulnerability.

    If you have been applying updates, you'll automatically be on Debian 11.2. You can check to see if you have the latest updates through the graphical update tool. Alternatively, experienced users can fire up the Terminal and update Debian with the command sudo apt update && sudo apt full upgrade.

Linux distribution Debian is in version 11.2 (Bullseye)

  • Model upgrade: Linux distribution Debian is in version 11.2 (Bullseye) [Ed: Automated translation of article in German]

    The Debian Release 11.2 “Bullseye” is not a completely new version, but mainly a package refreshment. The updated version removes security problems – it contains updates to close the Log4j gaps – and is also intended to fix some serious problems. There are new installation media to download, but a normal update also brings existing Bullseye installations to the current state.

    That lists the numerous security updates and package updates Debian project in the changelog on. The kernel is now about version 5.10.83-rt58. New versions of Apache, Firefox, LibreOffice, Samba, WordPress and explicitly additional apache-log4j2 also seal off vulnerabilities.

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