Debian 11 was released Saturday and I see my favourite cloud hoster already has it as an option. I tried installing ISPConfig 3.2.5 on a VM pre-release of Debian 11. The auto-installer script reject it on sight as expected. So I followed the Debian 10 Perfect Server guide. It all seemed to work - except phpmyadmin which I installed from the apt repository rather than the manual installation outdated version. I rely on phpMyAdmin to sort out a lot of configuration issues. It might just be mistyping. But this leads me to the question: "Is it worth debugging my installation - or will a tutorial/new script be along in the not too distant future?" While it, hopefully, is not an urgent question for me - if I had to do a re-install or add another server - it would be good to go with Debian 11 if only that it comes with php 7.4 native so we don't get into the sury multi-version complications if we want to support php beyond this December (when 7.3 goes EOL). Another bonus is you can support a later version of Roundcube that has a new default theme that you can sensibly use on a mobile/tablet!