Distribution Release: Grml 2021.07
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Michael Prokop has announced the release of Grml 2021.07, the latest stable build of the project’s live Linux distribution focusing on the needs of system administrators. It is based on Debian’s “testing” branch. “Grml - new stable release 2021.07 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 Grml IRC channel moved to OFTC; the network configuration tool netcardconfig no longer prompts for uncommon wireless/WiFi options, to simplify and speed up its usage. New features: grml-terminalserver - support for UEFI PXE boot (now supporting BIOS boot via pxelinux and EFI boot via GRUB); netcardconfig - support for enabling blocked devices via rfkill; forensic mode - improved handling for block device changes and parent device handling; grml-chroot - support efivarfs in EFI environments…” Read the brief release announcement and the detailed release notes for further information. Download (mirrors grml64-full_2021.07.iso (786MB, SHA512, torrent, pkglist), grml64-small_2021.07.iso (403MB, SHA512, torrent). Images built for 32-bit processors (i686) are also available.
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