Tag: Debian

How to Install Zen Cart on Debian 9

  Zen Cart is a free open source e-commerce content management and shopping cart platform. The software is written in PHP programming language and often installed on Linux under Apache/Nginx web servers, PHP and MySQL/MariaDB database management system, also known as LAMP or LEMP stack. Zen …

What is PepperFlash and How Do I Get Started?

What is PepperFlash and How Do I Get Started? Flash has long been a popular tool for many website designers as it allows them to create sites with a dynamic edge. Using flash player is good for including animations and music on your site, bringing the …

How to Install Nextcloud 14 on Debian 9

  Nextcloud is a self-hosted file sharing application that allows you to store your data, such as files, contacts, images, calendars, news and more. Using Nextcloud to store your documents can remove your need for using third-party hosting software like Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud. In this …

Install Moodle eLearning Platform on Debian 9

  Moodle is a flexible and powerful free open source course management system and e-learning platform written in PHP and often deployed in Linux under Apache/Nginx web servers with PHP and MySQL/MariaDB database management system, also known as LAMP or LEMP stack. This tutorial will explain …

How to Install MongoDB on Debian 9

In today’s article we are going to show you how to install MongoDB on Debian 9. MongoDB is a free and open-source NoSQL document-oriented database which is platform oriented. It stores all data in documents using JSON format (BSON) which makes the data to be highly …

Tails OS 3.0 Released! Now Uses Debian 9

One of the most popular privacy focused Linux distributions, Tails has released version 3.0, based on Debian 9. The release comes three days before the official release of Debian 9. This is the first time a new version of Tails is released almost at the same …

Complete Guide To Bug Reporting In Debian Linux

Reporting bugs is one the many ways you can help Linux grow. All free software distributions, projects have different systems in which bugs are collected, analyzed, labeled and fixed depending on number of people who know the source-code. Since I love Debian, I’ll show you how …

APT: Rebuilding Package in Debian

  Package rebuilding is something easily done in Debian. As SysAdmin, you might find yourself in a spot needed to rebuild a Package, maybe to enable a feature or something. This exactly I will show you how to do in this post. In this post, I …

How To Patch The Debian 6 Squeeze Shellshock Bug

I run a few webservers at work that are internal facing only (intranet) that run Debian 6 Squeeze. I’ve been monitoring the Shellshock exploit since it was discovered a few weeks ago and have been looking for a way to get those few systems patched…despite them …