Debian version 8.1 released




The developers of the Linux distribution Debian, the first update for the 8.0 version ‘Jessie’ is released. The update is primarily intended for fixing bugs, security issues and other smaller and larger issues that had emerged in recent months.

Debian 8.0 Users of Debian 8.0 that have always kept the updates have nothing to do, since most patches in this release have already been implemented through updates. The latest downloadable installation media now include the 8.1 version.

The publication has a newer Linux kernel, version number 3.16.7-ctk11. This kernel is an ext4 bug fixed which could occur in rare cases, errors in data. Also, the queued-trim command for Samsung 850 Pro SSD blacklisted come to be. In addition, various packages have been updated to newer and improved versions, such as ClamAV, Caja Debian Installer, DBus, GNOME Shell, GnuTLS, Perl, PHP and systemd. The entire changelog is here to find.

Notable addition in the stable Debian Jessie was released on April 25 include the ability to install the Mate and Cinnamon desktop environments. The edition contains enhanced support for UEFI.

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