Debian 10.1 officially released

by | Sep 9, 2019

The Debian project developers have announced the official availability of the first update of Debian 10 "buster". This new release brings together a series of important security fixes and adjustments that have already been released and that have been packaged in the same installation image to facilitate the system update.

Therefore, Debian 10.1 is an enhancement of version 10 that arrived last July and will be supported for the next 5 years. Among its main improvements, we find the incorporation of AppArmor, better support of UEFI, the inclusion of nftables and Wayland by default and many updates, such as Linux 4.19, GNOME 3.30, KDE Plasma 5.14, Python 3, Bash 5.0, OpenJDK 11, LibreOffice 6.1…

You can download this update from the official Debian website, where you will find a list of all the corrections that have been made.

At the same time that Debian 10.1, the availability of the tenth maintenance update of the previous version has also been announced: Debian 9.10. You can check all the information and download it at this link.

If you’re using any of these two versions of Debian it is recommended that you update them as soon as possible to have your system properly protected against possible threats and security breaches.

Source: MuyLinux



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