Based on Debian 12.2 “Bookworm,” Proxmox Backup Server 3.1 ships with secure boot and local sync jobs support.
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.
Based on Debian 12, Proxmox VE 8.0 comes with Linux kernel 6.2, a new Ceph Enterprise repository, and improved resource mappings.
Based on Debian 11.6, Proxmox Backup Server 2.4 comes with Linux kernel 5.15, updated ZFS, and a fully-integrated dark theme.
Based on Debian 11.6, Proxmox Virtual Environment 7.4 comes with Linux kernel 5.15 and a fully-integrated dark theme.
Proxmox Backup Server 2.3, based on Debian 11.5, adds namespace-aware prune jobs and offline mirroring capabilities.
Based on Debian 11.5, Proxmox 7.3 Virtual Environment comes with Ceph Quincy support, initial CRS support, and tags for virtual guests.
The newest release is based on Debian 11.1 Bullseye
Proxmox Backup Server 2.0 comes with Single Sign-On support, the newer Linux kernel 5.11, and including OpenZFS 2.0.
Proxmox VE 7 is based on upcoming Debian 11 "Bullseye" but using a Linux kernel 5.11, and includes QEMU 6.0, LXC 4.0, and OpenZFS 2.0.4.