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Debian Installer Buster rc1 release

Beitrag von KBDCALLS » 15.04.2019 23:06:22

Der Buster Installer ist als rc1 am 15. April 2019 erschienen.
  • The Debian Installer team[1] is pleased to announce the first release
    candidate of the installer for Debian 10 "Buster".

    Important change in this release
    ================================

    This release includes Secure Boot support on amd64, which should work
    out of the box on most Secure Boot enabled machines. This means there
    should be no need to disable Secure Boot support in the firmware
    configuration anymore.


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

    * apt-setup:
    - Adjust handling of media sets, improving support for Debian Edu.
    * brltty:
    - Add support for Hedo MobiLine.
    * cdebconf:
    - Disable paging in text frontend for now, espeakup does not
    pronounce the keys to change pages (see Debian Bugreport690343 and thus users
    are confounded and think the first page are the only choices.
    * cryptsetup:
    - The on-disk LUKS format version now defaults to LUKS2 Debian Bugreport919725
    * debian-installer:
    - Switch to using buster artwork for the splash screen.
    - Bump Linux kernel ABI from 4.19.0-1 to 4.19.0-4.
    - Improve build reproducibility Debian Bugreport900918, Debian Bugreport920631, Debian Bugreport920676
    - gen-tarball: stop using the deprecated GZIP variable.
    - gen-tarball: use pigz automatically if it is available.
    - Add dark theme submenu and shortcut: 'd' Debian Bugreport820911
    - Fix loading background image on netboot grub.
    * debian-installer-utils:
    - Stop propagating BOOTIF to the installed system Debian Bugreport921444
    * espeakup:
    - Fix writing down sound card ID when the installation finishes.
    * finish-install:
    - Add support for multiple consoles.
    * grub-installer:
    - On Linux, mount/unmount /run to work around timeouts during LVM
    initialization Debian Bugreport918590
    * grub2:
    - Fix setup on Secure Boot systems where cryptodisk is in use
    Debian Bugreport917117
    - Make grub-efi-amd64-signed recommend shim-signed Debian Bugreport919067
    - Add help and ls modules to signed UEFI images Debian Bugreport919955
    - grub-install: Check for arm-efi as a default target Debian Bugreport922104
    - util: Detect more I/O errors, like insufficient space Debian Bugreport922741
    - Use libefi* libraries to minimise writes to EFI variable storage
    Debian Bugreport891434 instead of depending on efibootmgr. (The latter is
    expected to come back in Recommends in a later release, since
    that's a useful debugging tool.)
    * hw-detect:
    - Use 'modprobe -qn' to query available modules Debian Bugreport870448
    * libxinerama:
    - Fix udeb dependencies Debian Bugreport921715
    * linux:
    - certs: Replace test signing certificate with production signing
    certificate.
    - certs: include both root CA and direct signing certificate
    Debian Bugreport924545
    * live-installer:
    - Add calamares-settings-debian as package to be removed at the
    end of the installation.
    * nano:
    - Add patch to avoid showing ^S and ^Q options in nano-tiny, as
    using those can cause problems on some d-i environments, like
    installs over serial console Debian Bugreport915017
    * network-console:
    - Drop “beep” support for arm*/ixp4xx and arm*/iop32x; it was used
    to notify users their devices was ready to be installed, but
    support for those platforms was removed from the Linux kernel
    and therefore d-i Debian Bugreport921951
    * partman-base:
    - Make sure UUIDs are available in /dev/disk/by-uuid/ so that the
    bootloader can be configured to use them Debian Bugreport852323
    * partman-lvm:
    - Really fix invalid characters in volume group names Debian Bugreport911036
    the the previous attempt was not entirely functional Debian Bugreport922230,
    Debian Bugreport922100
    * partman-partitioning:
    - Use GPT by default on armhf/efi, MSDOS otherwise.
    * rootskel:
    - Make theme=dark install and enable Compiz in MATE.
    - Make theme=dark make grub use a dark theme.
    - Run d-i on multiple consoles independently where configured.
    - Add error-handling to steal-ctty.
    - Add early logging so we can later see what consoles are detected
    and chosen.
    * rootskel-gtk:
    - Integrate Buster theme: futureprototype.
    * systemd:
    - udev: Run programs in the specified order Debian Bugreport925190
    - udev: Prevent mass killings when not running under systemd
    Debian Bugreport918764


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

    * base-installer:
    - Make armhf/efi work like armhf/generic for picking kernels.
    * debian-installer:
    - armel: Delete unused package list for ixp4xx Debian Bugreport921951
    - armhf: Add images for Novena.
    - armhf: Add images for BananaPiM2Berry.
    * flash-kernel:
    - Add machine db entry for Rock64 Debian Bugreport906696
    - Add machine db entry for Banana Pi M2 Berry Debian Bugreport923483
    - Add machine db entry for Pine A64 LTS board Debian Bugreport923655
    - Add machine db entry for Olimex A64 Teres-I Debian Bugreport926071
    - Add machine db entries for Raspberry Pi 1, Pi Zero and Pi 3
    Compute Module Debian Bugreport921518
    * libdebian-installer:
    - Make all arm32 machines with EFI show up as subarch efi.
    * linux:
    - [armel] add spi-orion to mtd.udeb to be able to access spi flash
    on e.g. qnap ts-21x Debian Bugreport920607
    - [armel] udeb: Add mmc-core-modules.
    - [arm64,armhf] udeb: Add mmc-core-modules to Provides of
    kernel-image.
    - [armhf,riscv64,s390x] udeb: Add cdrom-core-modules.
    - [arm64,armhf,ia64,riscv64,sparc64] udeb: Add usb-serial-modules
    Debian Bugreport903824
    - [arm64] udeb: Use generic ata-modules.
    - [arm64] udeb: Remove redundant lines from nic-modules.
    - udeb: Add virtio-gpu into d-i to get graphical output in VM
    instances.
    - udeb: Add scsi-nic-modules containing Chelsio and Qlogic
    iSCSI/FC drivers.
    - udeb: Add fb-modules and include drm and drm_kms_helper on most
    architectures.
    - udeb: Move basic PV modules from {hyperv,virtio}-modules to
    kernel-image.
    - udeb: Move drivers from {hyperv,virtio}-modules to
    {fb,input,nic,scsi}-modules.
    - udeb: Make nic-wireless-modules depend on mmc-core-modules, not
    mmc-modules; move crc7 to crc-modules to avoid duplication.
    - udeb: Make serial_cs optional in serial-modules.


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

    * 76 languages are supported in this release.
    * Full translation for 38 of them.


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

    * TLS support in wget is broken Debian Bugreport926315
    * Even if there weren't issues in the openssl udebs, one might run
    into issues related to missing entropy Debian Bugreport923675 This affects
    HTTPS connections, but also SSH keypair generation.
    * The switch to LUKS2 means one cannot use GRUB's cryptodisk support
    Debian Bugreport927165

    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. Installer CDs, other media 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
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