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Debian Installer Bullseye alpha3 release

Beitrag von KBDCALLS » 09.12.2020 14:12:09

Der Bullseye Installer ist als alpha3 am So, 6 Dezember 2020 erschienen
  • The Debian Installer team[1] is pleased to announce the third alpha
    release of the installer for Debian 11 "Bullseye".


    Improvements in this release
    ============================

    * apt-setup:
    - Remove mention of volatile repo from generated sources.list file
    Debian Bugreport954460
    * base-installer:
    - Improve test architecture, adding support for Linux 5.x versions.
    * brltty:
    - Improve hardware detection and driver support.
    * cdebconf:
    - Make text interface report progress more accurately: from the
    very beginning, and also as soon as an answer to a question has
    been given.
    * choose-mirror:
    - Update Mirrors.masterlist.
    * console-setup:
    - Improve support for box-drawing characters Debian Bugreport965029
    - Sync Terminus font with the xfonts-terminus package.
    - Fix Lithuanian layout Debian Bugreport951387
    * debian-cd:
    - Only include Linux udebs for the latest ABI, making small
    installation images more useful.
    * debian-installer:
    - Bump Linux kernel ABI to 5.9.0-4
    - Drop fontconfig tweaks introduced in the Debian Installer Buster
    Alpha 1 release (See: Debian Bugreport873462
    - Install kmod-udeb instead of libkmod2-udeb.
    - Mimick libgcc1 handling, for libgcc-s1.
    - Clean up the list of fake packages.
    - Replace the mklibs library reduction pass with a hack, copying
    libgcc_s.so.[124] from the host filesystem for the time being.
    - Add explicit build-depends on fdisk on arm64, amd64 and i386 now
    that util-linux doesn't depend on it anymore.
    - Add grub2 to built-using Debian Bugreport968998
    - Fix FTBFS with fakeroot by adjusting the /dev/console check (see
    Debian Bugreport940056
    * debian-installer-utils:
    - Adjust fetch-url's use of file descriptors for recent udev
    versions Debian Bugreport967546
    * debootstrap:
    - Only install apt-transport-https on stretch and earlier, HTTPS
    support was merged into the core apt package for buster
    Debian Bugreport920255, Debian Bugreport879755
    * finish-install:
    - Drop upstart support entirely Debian Bugreport923845
    * fonts-noto:
    - Fix Sinhala support in the installer Debian Bugreport954948
    * grub-installer:
    - Update templates, to make them fit for UEFI systems and new kind
    of system storage media Debian Bugreport954718
    * kmod:
    - Split kmod-udeb off of libkmod2-udeb and actually ship the
    libraries in libkmod2-udeb Debian Bugreport953952
    * locale-chooser:
    - Activate new languages: Kabyle, Occitan.
    * partman-auto:
    - Bump /boot sizes in most recipes from between 128 and 256M to
    between 512 and 768M Debian Bugreport893886, Debian Bugreport951709
    - Import partman-auto/cap-ram support from Ubuntu, to allow
    capping RAM size as used for swap partition calculations
    Debian Bugreport949651, Debian Bugreport950344 This allows us to cap the minimum size of
    swap partitions size to 1*CAP, and their maximum size to a
    maximum of 2 or 3*CAP depending on architecture. Default is set
    to 1024, thus capping swap partitions to between 1 and 3GB.
    * partman-efi:
    - Remount /cdrom read-write if it also happens to be used as
    /boot/efi Debian Bugreport967918
    - Remove usage of the efivars module, and stop looking for
    /proc/efi. efivarfs is the current interface, and /proc/efi went
    away a long time ago.
    * partman-partitioning:
    - Include ntfs-3g-udeb on arm64.
    * partman-target:
    - Add a hint to the new fstab about using `systemctl daemon-reload`
    after changing /etc/fstab Debian Bugreport963573
    * systemd:
    - Install 60-block.rules in udev-udeb Debian Bugreport958397 The block device
    rules were split out from 60-persistent-storage.rules in v220.
    This fixes a longstanding bug where UUIDs would not be used for
    filesystems on initial installation.
    * util-linux:
    - Take over eject-udeb Debian Bugreport737658
    * win32-loader:
    - Introduce UEFI boot manager and Secure Boot support Debian Bugreport918863


    Hardware support changes
    ========================

    * debian-cd:
    - Enable graphical installer for arm64.
    - Exclude lilo-installer and elilo-installer udebs for all archs.
    - Stop making XFCE single CD images.
    - Stop making DVD ISO images 2 and 3 for amd64/i386 (they are
    still available via jigdo[/bug]
    * debian-installer:
    - Update Firefly-RK3288 image for new u-boot version.
    - [arm64] Add support for firefly-rk3399, pinebook-pro-rk3399,
    rockpro64-rk3399, rock64-rk3328 and rock-pi-4-rk3399 to u-boot
    images and netboot SD card images.
    - [arm64] Make all netboot sdcard images start at offset 32768,
    for compatibility with rockchip platforms.
    - Add OLPC XO-1.75 laptop support Debian Bugreport949306
    - Enable GTK build for arm64.
    - Add support for NanoPi NEO Air Debian Bugreport928863
    - Add wireless-regdb-udeb to Linux builds that include
    nic-wireless-modules.
    - efi-image: Improve sizing calculation to reduce wasted space.
    - efi-image: Include DTB files in the ESP for armhf and arm64
    systems. This should make U-Boot based systems work better when
    booting via UEFI.
    * flash-kernel:
    - Add FriendlyARM NanoPi NEO Plus2 Debian Bugreport955374
    - Add Pinebook Debian Bugreport930098
    - Add Pinebook Pro.
    - Add Olimex A64-Olinuxino and A64-Olinuxino-eMMC Debian Bugreport931195
    - Add SolidRun LX2160A Honeycomb and Clearfog CX Debian Bugreport958023
    - Add SolidRun Cubox-i Solo/DualLite variants Debian Bugreport939261
    - Add Turris MOX Debian Bugreport961303
    * linux:
    - Move any compression modules to kernel-image udeb; drop
    compress-modules udeb.
    - Make input-modules udeb depend on crc-modules.
    - [arm64] Add i2c_mv64xxx to i2c-modules udeb.
    - [arm64] Add drivers/pinctrl to kernel-image udeb.
    - [arm64] Add analogix-anx6345, pwm-sun4i, sun4i-drm and
    sun8i-mixer to fb-modules udeb.
    - [arm64] Add pwm-sun4i to fb-modules udeb.
    - [arm64] Add armada_37xx_wdt to kernel-image udeb Debian Bugreport961086
    - [mips*] Drop hfs-modules udeb.
    - [x86] Add crc32_pclmul to crc-modules udeb.
    - Add crc32_generic to crc-modules udeb.
    - Reverse order of cdrom-core and isofs/udf udebs: the latter ones
    now require the former.
    - Drop zlib-modules udeb (zlib_deflate is now always built-in[/bug]
    - Add f2fs-modules udeb.


    Localization status
    ===================

    * 78 languages are supported in this release.
    * New languages: Kabyle, Occitan.
    * Full translation for 16 of them.


    Known bugs in this release
    ==========================

    * There seems to be no known major bug as of yet.

    See the errata[2] for details and a full list of known issues.


    Feedback for this release
    =========================

    We need your help to find bugs and further improve the installer, so
    please try it. Installation images, and everything else you will need
    are available at our web site[3].


    Thanks
    ======

    The Debian Installer team thanks everybody who has contributed to this
    release.


    1. https://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstaller/Team
    2. https://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/errata
    3. https://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer


    Cheers,
    --
    Cyril Brulebois (kibi@debian.org[/bug] <https://debamax.com/>
    D-I release manager -- Release team member -- Freelance Consultant
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