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#126 2020-09-27 08:01:53

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Re: News that might affect BunsenLabs

^The only thing I noticed on default Buster was that the upgrade warned of a new repo channel version number or something, then it installed a new kernel. After that, 'sudo apt --purge autoremove' removed an old kernel, but that still left the new one and the two most recent older ones. A clean upgrade for me, no manual config editing was needed.

I love Debian stable and Lithium. Small wonder MX Linux is #1 on DistroWatch, it's Xfce on Debian stable with a large repo of updated/backported packages.

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#127 2020-09-27 11:53:53

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Re: News that might affect BunsenLabs

^ & ^^ My upgrade went smoothly too. I guess you mean this message?

Repository 'https://deb.debian.org/debian buster InRelease' changed its 'Version' value from '10.5' to '10.6'

Apart from the kernel, I had mostly a lot of qt library upgrades. No questions asked. smile


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#128 2020-09-27 13:58:06

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Re: News that might affect BunsenLabs

hhh wrote:

^Small wonder MX Linux is #1 on DistroWatch, it's Xfce on Debian stable with a large repo of updated/backported packages.

...a large repo of updated/backported packages.

What he said.

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Last edited by eight.bit.al (2020-09-27 14:58:30)


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#129 2020-09-27 17:48:39

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Re: News that might affect BunsenLabs

@johnraff, that was the message, thanks.

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#130 2020-09-29 05:19:41

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Re: News that might affect BunsenLabs

Cinnamon for Debian – imminent removal from testing
https://www.preining.info/blog/2020/09/ … m-testing/


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#131 2020-09-30 00:17:45

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Re: News that might affect BunsenLabs

johnraff wrote:

Cinnamon for Debian – imminent removal from testing
https://www.preining.info/blog/2020/09/ … m-testing/

Hopefully someone will take Cinnamon and also needs updates to some dependencies (that may also be getting the boot). Seems Cinnamon's gotten pretty popular but aren't many using Mate instead?


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