sudo: command not found

On a Debian server, when running a command with sudo, I got the error To fix this, you need to

Debian 11.0 Bullseye

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Debian 11.0 Bullseye released on August 14th, 2021 is the next major Debian GNU/Linux distribution release. Debian 10 buster is

How to install development tools on Debian/Ubuntu

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Development tools are programs used to build software from its source code. These include compilers, make, and other generally used

Create a Debian Container in LXD

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Debian OS templates are available in images:debian/VERSION. To see all available Debian OS templates, run To create a container with

CloudPanel Hosting Control Panel

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Uninstalling Software in Debian Server

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To uninstall a software on Debian server, run Example To all installed software with specific name, run Example In above

apt-cache

apt-cache

To search for available packages, run Example Ubuntu find Dependencies for a package apt

Auto upgrade software in Ubuntu/Debian

Auto upgrade software in Ubuntu/Debian

To auto upgrade software packages in Ubuntu/Debian, install Edit In this file, you can configure various settings. See apt

apt The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/https could not be found

apt The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/https could not be found

When running apt update on a Debian server, i get error To fix the error, run See apt

Install bitninja firewall

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To install bitninja on Debian/Ubuntu, run To scan malware, run

download package using apt

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On Debian and Ubuntu servers, you can download a package using apt download command. Package will get downloaded to current

Blocking Package Upgrade on Debian/Ubuntu

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To block packages from upgrading, you can use command apt-mark hold. Example To list packages that are on hold, run