• Michael Prokop has announced the release of Grml 2020.06, a new version of the project’s Linux distribution designed for system administrators, based on Debian’s “testing” branch: “Grml - new stable release 2020.06 available. This Grml release provides fresh software packages from Debian testing (‘bullseye’). As usual it also incorporates current hardware support and fixes known bugs from the previous Grml release. Important changes: the default mount point for the live system was changed; tools like grml2usb, grml-paste and grml-x have been ported from Python 2 to Python 3 - we no longer support Python 2 in our tools; the live system no longer uses a custom Grml kernel - instead we switched to the ‘linux-image’ packages provided by Debian. New features: cloud-init support - a standard multi-distribution method for cross-platform cloud instance initialization; qemu-guest-agent support - this daemon exchanges information between the host and guest system; network information in grml-quickconfig - hostname, cloud-init, IP addresses and zeroconf/avahi information…” See the release announcement and release notes for a detailed description of this new release. Download (mirrors): grml64-full_2020.06.iso (747MB, SHA512, torrent, pkglist), grml64-small_2020.06.iso (352MB, SHA512, torrent).

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