A typical installation of Debian 8.x (Jessie) precedes this where I only select base system and ssh server options during operating system installation. After installation, this is a typical configuration to get me up and running. These are my notes.
This content is 2 years old.I’ve added a few servers to a test Windows domain and some of those servers include Debian Linux operating systems. Here are the basic steps on joining a Debian server to Windows Active Directory Domain and setting up domain user login on the Linux server. I assume you have an … Read moreHow to Join a Debian Linux Server to a Windows Domain
This content is 2 years old.This is a very useful article from ServerFault on installing mixed packages in Debian. Many people seem to be afraid of mixing stable with testing, but frankly, testing is fairly stable in its own right, and with proper preferences and solution checking, you can avoid the stability drift that puts … Read moreMixing Stable, Unstable, Testing and Experimental Packages in Debian
This content is 7 years old.I finished up a new linux server build tonight. Migrated WordPress, DNS, mail, FTP and a handful of other services to this new server as well as installing LXDE GUI front-end.
This content is 7 years old.I have added the Debian Handbook to my Resources navigation menu. The handbook is available at: https://techish.net/debian-handbook/ You can install it on your Debian system (available in Unstable): apt-get install debian-handbook The documentation is stored in: /usr/share/doc/debian-handbook/. You can also download the handbook from Raphael’s site: http://raphaelhertzog.com/2012/05/10/the-debian-administrators-handbook-is-available/ as well as … Read moreDebian Handbook