Distribution Release: Septor 2021
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The Debian Srbija project has announced the release of Septor 2021, a brand-new version of its Debian-based distribution with a focus on preserving the anonymity and privacy of users. Unlike the versions of Septor released last year, which were all based on the stable Debian 10 “Buster” version, this latest release is based on Debian’s testing branch, which will eventually become Debian 11 “Bullseye”. This means a complete upgrade to the distribution’s based systems and applications, including Linux kernel 5.9.15 and KDE Plasma 5.20.4, the default desktop. Browsing is done with the Tor Browser and most internet applications connect to the outside world through the Tor network - this includes Mozilla Thunderbird, the qTox internet messenger, HexChat, QuiteRSS and the OnionShare file sharing utility. The live image also comes with a variety of productivity, graphics and multimedia applications as well as general-purpose utilities. See the release announcement (in Serbian, with a video and a number of screenshots) and also visit the project’s home page on SourceForge for further information. Here are the download links: Septor-2021-amd64.iso (1,872MB, MD5, signature, pkglist).
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