Kali Linux 2020.1a was released with some changes to program installation, which make it installation distribution even easier for users. The Raspberry Pi version has also been updated for the 32bit and 64bit devices. In this version, the problem with the "broken" files that existed before has been resolved.
In previous versions of Kali 2020.1, Offensive security only upgraded the basic distributions, for example "Installer" and "Live", without updating the other distributions.
Note that in the 2020.1a update, "Installer" now uses "Debian-dc" in the back-end.
“We observed bug in the "dependency chain", which creates a problem with x11, resulting in no graphical environment after installation. For this reason, we built 2020.1a, which addresses it problem. " says a spokesman for Offensive security.
Another feature of the new version is that we now have the ability to make a simple one user, without him having administrative rights. Also, Kali now has distributions for Vagrant environments as well as for Pinebook pro.
Keep in mind that 2020.1a is for users who have not been able to successfully install 2020.1. If you already have 2020.1, you don't need to redo installation.
Here you will find the new versions of Kali Linux 2020.1a.