The Debian project team today released the second maintenance update for the Debian GNU/Linux 10 “Buster” branch, more than two months after the previous version update. Debian 10.2 will provide a new installation image for those who want to deploy the operating system on a new computer or do not want to download hundreds of updates. Debian GNU / Linux 10.2″ Buster contains a total of 115 changes, including 66 various BUG fixes, and 49 security updates for a variety of core components and software.
“It’s important to note that this maintenance update does not build a new version of Debian 10, but updates some components of the system,” the Debian team said. Therefore, there is currently no need to discard the old installation media. After the installation is complete, you can use the latest Debian image to upgrade to the latest version. “
In the coming days, the Debian project will also release new Live and installable ISO images for the Debian GNU/Linux 10.2 “Buster” release, again recommended to users who only want to install the latest Debian GNU/Linux 10.
Debian GNU / Linux 10 and 10.1 can be installed via terminal commands: sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get dist-upgrade, or in other graphical ways you like.