Debian What do the removal of Python 2 and QT4 from Bullseye from the perspective of the end user? 6 Views1 Min Read AtvomatLinux 2 Comments6 Views Share This! Facebook Twitter ReddIt Email WhatsApp The purge of QT4 and Python has begun in Bullseye. What will this mean for ordinary users (non developer)? View Reddit by beer118 – View Source Sending User Review 0 (0 votes) You may also like Debian Debian kernel blobs 2 months ago Debian Top Reasons to Use Debian in 2019 7 months ago Debian Three Differences Between LMDE and Debian 30/10/2018 Debian Debian 9.5 Cinnamon 64bit RUS установка программ 15/10/2018 Debian Aegisub crash on Buster 2 weeks ago Debian Debian 10 : Explications détaillées des options d'installation 6 months ago 2 Comments Click here to post a comment Cancel reply CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Most likely not much Reply Qt4, probably not much. Python 2, depends on how many projects will get away from it upstream when py2 is dead. E.g. on my laptop (Debian buster), Qt4 is already gone, but removing py2 would also kill bzr, debdelta, inkscape, mercurial, minetest, sagemath, virt-manager and tons of auto-installed packages. Reply “repository does no longer have a Release file” even though I have a [trusted=yes] flag on sources.list Debian on a Mac? Comment Share This! Facebook Twitter ReddIt Email WhatsApp Latest News Arch bemenu 0.3.0-3 x86_64 Arch keycloak 8.0.1-2 any Arch lib32-p11-kit 0.23.20-2 x86_64 Debian AMDGPU drivers on Debian Buster Ubuntu Can somebody please help with delayed system sounds on Ubuntu 19.10?