Debian 11.0 Bullseye released

Debian 11.0 Bullseye

Debian 11.0 Bullseye released on August 14th, 2021 is the next major Debian GNU/Linux distribution release. Debian 10 buster is designated as oldstable. https://www.debian.org/releases/bullseye/ Debian 12 “Bookworm” is the new testing distribution with is expected to be released in 2023. You can download the latest version of Debian 11.0 ISO from https://www.debian.org/download What is new […]

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How to install development tools on Debian/Ubuntu

Development tools are programs used to build software from its source code. These include compilers, make, and other generally used libraries. To install development tools on Ubuntu/Debian, run

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CloudPanel – Free Hosting Control Panel Debian 10/Nginx

CloudPanel Hosting Control Panel

CloudPanel is a free hosting control panel, that make deploying web application on cloud easier. It use Nginx web server, support multile PHP versions, comes with nginx configuration for various popular CMS and web applications. https://www.cloudpanel.io/ Install CloudPanel CloudPanel need a server with Debian 10. To install CloudPanel, run

After install you can access […]

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Uninstalling Software in Debian Server

To uninstall a software on Debian server, run

Example To all installed software with specific name, run

Example

In above list, packages start with ii = installed un = currently not installed on the server When you uninstall a package, it won’t remove all config files, such packages list as uninsalled (un). […]

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apt-cache

To search for available packages, run

Example

Ubuntu find Dependencies for a package apt […]

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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

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Install bitninja firewall

To install bitninja on Debian/Ubuntu, run

To scan malware, run

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Download a package using apt on Debian/Ubuntu

download package using apt

On Debian and Ubuntu servers, you can download a package using apt download command.

Package will get downloaded to current working directory. Better do this to /tmp to avoid permission errors. Method 2 If you want to download package and dependencies, then use

This will download the package and all dependency, store it […]

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