Proxmox VE 8.1 debuts with Debian 12.2 base, Linux kernel 6.5, QEMU 8.1.2, and LXC 5.0.2, enhancing virtual environments.
A new PipeWire audio backend and enabled multi-touch events are among the highlights of the QMEU 8.1 virtualization stack.
If you want to try virtualization on your PC, let us guide you through the different types of virtualization as well as its benefits of it.
The latest QEMU version 6.0 brings virtiofs performance improvements with new USE_KILLPRIV_V2 guest feature.
Proxmox VE 6.4 is based on Debian 10.9, but using a newer, LTS Linux kernel 5.4. Optionally, the 5.11 kernel can be installed.