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.
LXD is no longer a part of the Linux Containers project but is now managed by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu.
Switching to Meson, the new cgroup configuration options, and time namespace support are some of the new features in the LXC 5.0.
Let's go over what's new in the freshly released LXD 4.20.
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.