Upgrades to Linux Mint 21 from Linux Mint 20.3 are now open. Users can use a graphical tool to perform the upgrade, making the experience a bit easier. Be sure to make a backup first.
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Linux Mint 21 'Vanessa' is now available to download. It comes two weeks after the start of the beta period. 152 issues were reported during the beta. Some were fixed, others will be fixed later.
The Linux Mint 21 ISOs are being tested by the development team. This usually indicates that we are just days away from them being made available for public consumption, as long as the tests pass.
Linux Mint 21 is now in the beta stage and can be downloaded by the public. It's not recommended that you install it on production machines because critical bugs may cause you problems.
The Linux Mint 21 beta ISOs have been approved for release. This means we should see them soon become available for everyone to download and try out. The final release should be available in weeks.
The beta release of Linux Mint 21 will arrive next week according to the project's leader. He said that a decision had also been made to exclude the systemd-oom package due to negative feedback.
The Linux Mint team is finally working on an upgrade tool that will give users a graphical way to upgrade to new major versions of Linux Mint. It will be available in a couple of months.