Debian 11: Installation

Derek Distro Tube shows you how you install the motherlode onto your hardware:

After more than two years of development, Debian 11 (codenamed “Bullseye”) has been released. Debian is a stable GNU/Linux distribution that is supported for up to five years. And Debian’s repository of software now contains an astounding 59,551 packages.

Only two years have passed since Debian 10 was published. And already you’re giving us a new version? Whoa, the Debian guys are hectic. ๐Ÿ™‚ My head spins. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

Derek guides us through the installation process of this famously stable grandaddy distro. Maybe for the first time in human history – which is just a tad longer than Debian’s – the original vanilla version will be better than some of its offspring, namely MX, LMDE, Ubuntu, Sparky …


    • Unfortunate timing. :/ But hey, I’ve heard the good ole Deb is using Calamares installer now. Wich means the devs crawled out of their self-inflicted autistic snail shell and did something to make their distro usuable by human beings. Just regular people will be able to install Debian11! Imagine that.

      O tempora o mores. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


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