Distribution Release: siduction 2021.3.0
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The siduction distribution is a desktop-oriented operating system and live medium based on the ‘unstable’ branch of Debian. The project’s latest snapshot is version 2021.3.0 which introduces improvements for wireless network handling, includes OpenDoas as an alternative to sudo, and offers many package upgrades. “The flavours and versions we offer for siduction 2021.3.0 are KDE Plasma 5.23.4, LXQt 1.0, Xfce 4.16, and the X.Org and noX images, where X.Org comes with the window manager Fluxbox, while noX does without X altogether. The released images of siduction 2021.3.0 are a snapshot of Debian ‘Unstable’ from Dec. 23, 2021, enriched with some useful packages and scripts, a Calamares-based installer and a customized version of the Linux kernel 5.15.11, while systemd is at 249.7. The iNet Wireless Daemon (iwd), which we already shipped with siduction 2021.1.0 for the flavors X.Org and noX, is now also responsible for WiFi on Plasma, LXQt and Xfce. iwd is lightweight and establishes connections to WiFi faster than was possible with wpa_supplicant. iwd works stand alone or together with NetworkManager, systemd-networkd and Connman.” Additional changes can be found in the release announcement. Download (pkglist siduction-21.3.0-wintersky-kde-amd64-202112231751.iso (2,962MB, SHA256), siduction-21.3.0-wintersky-lxqt-amd64-202112231805.iso (2,488MB, SHA256), siduction-21.3.0-wintersky-xfce-amd64-202112231826.iso (2,564MB, SHA256).
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