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Emmabuntüs 1.02 is here almost seven months after Emmabuntüs 1.01 and it’s based on the Debian GNU/Linux 11.4 “Bullseye” release that arrived last month with 79 security updates and 81 miscellaneous bug fixes.


Supporting both the Xfce and LXQt desktop environments on the same ISO image, Emmabuntüs 1.02 adds 64-bit UEFI boot on the 32-bit ISO and vice-versa to improve the handling of UEFI and Secure Boot, switches to the Liberation Sans font for the LXQt desktop by default, and adds MemTest86+ option to the UEFI boot menu to let you test your PC’s RAM for errors.

The Calamares graphical installer that Emmabuntüs uses to let you install the Debian-based distribution on a computer has been updated as well in this release with a new slide about the reuse campaign that the Emmabuntüs Collective is promoting to bring back to life very old computers.

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