Debian Bullseye Updates

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Rick B.
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Debian Bullseye Updates

#1 Post by Rick B. »

I have installed this copy of Bullseye: debian-live-testing-amd64-mate+nonfree.iso

As shown on this page:

https://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/unof ... iso-hybrid

I would like to know if between now and the final release of Bullseye if I will be able to apply updates as they are made available and then end up with the final Bullseye release whenever that occurs. Thanks.

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Re: Debian Bullseye Updates

#2 Post by Ardouos »

As long as your sources.list file point to bullseye, then yes.

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Re: Debian Bullseye Updates

#3 Post by pwzhangzz »

Make sure that you make appropriate corrections to the source.list file. I think there are two obvious bugs planted by Debian developers to discourage novice users using the testing version.

That said, however, Debian Bullseye works great for me.

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Re: Debian Bullseye Updates

#4 Post by gusnan »

pwzhangzz wrote:I think there are two obvious bugs planted by Debian developers to discourage novice users using the testing version.
What are those bugs, and why would Debian Developers "plant" bugs in a Debian release?

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