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Debian bullseye: changes in util-linux #newinbullseye

Monday, July 5th, 2021

Continuing with #newinbullseye. One package that isn’t new but its tools are used by many of us is util-linux, providing many essential system utilities. There is util-linux v2.33.1 in Debian/buster and util-linux v2.36.1 in Debian/bullseye, and as usual there are many new features and options available. I don’t want to replicate the release notes provided […]

efivars is gone with Debian/bullseye #newinbullseye

Wednesday, June 9th, 2021

Continuing with #newinbullseye, it’s worth being aware of, that efivars is gone with the kernel version shipped as of Debian/bullseye. Quoting from wiki.debian.org/UEFI: The Linux kernel gives access to the UEFI configuration variables via a set of files under /sys, using two different interfaces. The older interface was showing files under /sys/firmware/efi/vars, and this is […]

What to expect from Debian/bullseye #newinbullseye

Thursday, May 27th, 2021

Debian v11 with codename bullseye is supposed to be released as new stable release soon-ish (let’s hope for June, 2021! :)). Similar to what we had with #newinbuster and previous releases, now it’s time for #newinbullseye! I was the driving force at several of my customers to be well prepared for bullseye before its freeze, […]