Debian 11.5 also introduces updated NVIDIA driver packages to provide security fixes, addresses some issues in various packages, updated GRUB bootloader builds, updated timezone data, and various other fixes.
For downloads and more details on Debian 11.5 visit Debian.org:
Debian 10.13 is also being released today, with extensive maintenance and security updates to its legacy package set. A full list of these Debian 10.13 package updates and security fixes can be found in this release announcement:
The security bulletin has been published separately and referenced where available. Note that this version does not constitute a new version of Debian 11, but only updates some of its packages. There is no need to discard old “Bullseye” installation media. Once installed, packages can be upgraded to the current version via the latest Debian mirror.
Those who regularly install updates from security.debian.org won’t have many packages to update, and most such updates are included in this point release.
Upgrading an existing installer to this version can be done by pointing the package management system to one of Debian’s many HTTP mirrors. A comprehensive mirror list can be found at: