Two questions as I prepare for a new install
I am currently amassing the hardware for a new PC build as a Christmas
present to myself, and plan to install Bullseye on it when the hardware
is all here.
My current system runs Buster and I thought it would be interesting to
see what's coming.
I have two questions:
1. Does anyone have any advice (or a link to offcial advice) regarding
whether a new bullseye install is better done with the testing installer
at this time, or by first installing buster and then upgrading?
2. My new graphics card is a ASUS-branded nVidia GeForce RTX-2060, which
means I get to move back to the core non-legacy nVidia driver instead of
the legacy-legacy one I have been forced to use for some years on my old
system due to the hardware being 11 years old. Yay... EXCEPT I have read
hints there is a problem with the up-to-date nVidia driver and recent
kernels. Does that affect Bullseye? Are there caveats or workarounds I
should be aware of?
Either direct answers or links to places that answer these would be
appreciated -- I've been a bit out of the loop recently and suspect I've
missed a few developments.