What's new in Debian v11(Bullseye)

Tolkem

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Hi everyone! Hope you're all having a nice life!
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While checking my feed bumped into this very interesting article and thought I would share here https://michael-prokop.at/blog/?p=5617

An excerpt:
As a starting point, let’s look at some selected packages and their versions in buster vs. bullseye as of 2021-05-27 (mainly having amd64 in mind):
Code:
Package     buster/v10                  bullseye/v11
ansible     2.7.7                       2.10.8
apache      2.4.38                      2.4.46
apt         1.8.2.2                     2.2.3
bash        5.0                         5.1
ceph        12.2.11                     14.2.20
docker      18.09.1                     20.10.5
dovecot     2.3.4                       2.3.13
dpkg        1.19.7                      1.20.9
emacs       26.1                        27.1
gcc         8.3.0                       10.2.1
git         2.20.1                      2.30.2
golang      1.11                        1.15
libc        2.28                        2.31
kernel      4.19                        5.10
llvm        7.0                         11.0
lxc         3.0.3                       4.0.6
mariadb     10.3.27                     10.5.10
nginx       1.14.2                      1.18.0
nodejs      10.24.0                     12.21.0
openjdk     11.0.9.1                    11.0.11+9 + 17~19
openssh     7.9p1                       8.4p1
openssl     1.1.1d                      1.1.1k
perl        5.28.1                      5.32.1
php         7.3                         7.4+76
postfix     3.4.14                      3.5.6
postgres    11                          13
puppet      5.5.10                      5.5.22
python2     2.7.16                      2.7.18
python3     3.7.3                       3.9.2
qemu        3.1                         5.2
ruby        2.5.1                       2.7+2
rust        1.41.1                      1.48.0
samba       4.9.5                       4.13.5
systemd     241                         247.3
unattended-upgrades  1.11.2             2.8
util-linux  2.33.1                      2.36.1
vagrant     2.2.3                       2.2.14
vim         8.1.0875                    8.2.2434
zsh         5.7.1                       5.8
The author includes some links with more details about some pkgs like apt, systemd, bash and others which are worth a read too :)

EDIT: Aha! Made it! Thanks @stan :)
 
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stan

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As a starting point, let’s look at some selected packages and their versions in buster vs. bullseye as of 2021-05-27 (mainly having amd64 in mind):


Packagebuster/v10bullseye/v11
ansible2.7.72.10.8
apache2.4.382.4.46
apt1.8.2.22.2.3
bash5.05.1
ceph12.2.1114.2.20
docker18.09.120.10.5
dovecot2.3.42.3.13
dpkg1.19.71.20.9
emacs26.127.1
gcc8.3.010.2.1
git2.20.12.30.2
golang1.111.15
libc2.282.31
linux kernel4.195.10
llvm7.011.0
lxc3.0.34.0.6
mariadb10.3.2710.5.10
nginx1.14.21.18.0
nodejs10.24.012.21.0
openjdk11.0.9.111.0.11+9 + 17~19
openssh7.9p18.4p1
openssl1.1.1d1.1.1k
perl5.28.15.32.1
php7.37.4+76
postfix3.4.143.5.6
postgres1113
puppet5.5.105.5.22
python22.7.162.7.18
python33.7.33.9.2
qemu/kvm3.15.2
ruby2.5.12.7+2
rust1.41.11.48.0
samba4.9.54.13.5
systemd241247.3
unattended-upgrades1.11.22.8
util-linux2.33.12.36.1
vagrant2.2.32.2.14
vim8.1.08758.2.2434
zsh5.7.15.8
 

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Hmmm, I wish I knew what I just did to achieve that. After a couple of failed attempts to format the columns in CODE tags, a simple copy/paste put that in neatly above. I'll leave well enough alone. Thanks for the article @Tolkem. :)

If anyone wants to know... you can format columns neatly inside CODE tags, but you need to remove all TAB's and use SPACES only for consistent alignment. See Spoiler below:
Code:
Package              buster/v10    bullseye/v11
ansible              2.7.7         2.10.8
apache               2.4.38        2.4.46
apt                  1.8.2.2       2.2.3
bash                 5.0           5.1
ceph                 12.2.11       14.2.20
docker               18.09.1       20.10.5
dovecot              2.3.4         2.3.13
dpkg                 1.19.7        1.20.9
emacs                26.1          27.1
gcc                  8.3.0         10.2.1
git                  2.20.1        2.30.2
golang               1.11          1.15
libc                 2.28          2.31
linux kernel         4.19          5.10
llvm                 7.0           11.0
lxc                  3.0.3         4.0.6
mariadb              10.3.27       10.5.10
nginx                1.14.2        1.18.0
nodejs               10.24.0       12.21.0
openjdk              11.0.9.1      11.0.11+9 + 17~19
openssh              7.9p1         8.4p1
openssl              1.1.1d        1.1.1k
perl                 5.28.1        5.32.1
php                  7.3           7.4+76
postfix              3.4.14        3.5.6
postgres             11            13
puppet               5.5.10        5.5.22
python2              2.7.16        2.7.18
python3              3.7.3         3.9.2
qemu/kvm             3.1           5.2
ruby                 2.5.1         2.7+2
rust                 1.41.1        1.48.0
samba                4.9.5         4.13.5
systemd              241           247.3
unattended-upgrades  1.11.2        2.8
util-linux           2.33.1        2.36.1
vagrant              2.2.3         2.2.14
vim                  8.1.0875      8.2.2434
zsh                  5.7.1         5.8
 
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Tolkem

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Thanks for the article @Tolkem.
You're welcome! :)
If anyone wants to know... you can format columns neatly inside CODE tags, but you need to remove all TAB's and use SPACES only for consistent alignment. See Spoiler below:
Hmmm ... come again? o_O Remove all TAB's and use SPACES? o_O I've no idea what you're talking about :rolleyes: Can you explain in "human" mode, please? :D I tried to do the same you did with that columns using a "table" but I didn't manage to accomplish that. Good work! :)

EDIT:
Ah, a re-read made me realize you used CODE tags, while I used QUOTE ones, hmmm ... interesting. Thanks for the tip. :)
 
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EDIT: Ah, a re-read made me realize you used CODE tags, while I used QUOTE ones, hmmm ... interesting. Thanks for the tip.
You're welcome! :)

Yes, it was CODE tags... I didn't try QUOTE tags, but I was wondering if they worked too. After pasting the copied data inside the CODE tags, it is rather tedious to manually delete all the blank spaces and tabs and replace with spaces only. It's certainly not something that you'd want to do with a large table of data, but at least we know it can be done. I thought the problem was the mix of tabs and spaces, but I made it all tabs only and that did not align correctly either... it only worked with all spaces.

Trying QUOTE below, and it doesn't work like CODE tags. The forum software usually strips all extra whitespace characters, but one exception I've found is that it will allow extra blank lines. The CODE tags are different and very much WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) inside them... which lets us see proper indenting, if used. When users here post actual code that is NOT inside code tags, we sometimes see the forum software interpret it in strange ways, like showing a :) or some other emoji. (Note 3 blank lines below this paragraph and before the QUOTE text.)



Package buster/v10 bullseye/v11
ansible 2.7.7 2.10.8
apache 2.4.38 2.4.46
apt 1.8.2.2 2.2.3
bash 5.0 5.1
ceph 12.2.11 14.2.20
docker 18.09.1 20.10.5
 
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