Tag: Debian

How to Install Debian 11 KDE Plasma Edition

How to Install Debian 11 KDE Plasma Edition

Debian 11, codenamed ‘Bullseye‘ is the latest LTS version of Debian which was released on August 21, 2021. Being an LTS release, Debian 11 will receive support and updates until 2025. The release includes 11,294

How to Install Ajenti Control Panel in Debian and Ubuntu

How to Install Ajenti Control Panel in Debian and Ubuntu

Ajenti is a free and open source web-based Admin Control Panel that allows you to perform a wide range of server administration tasks such as installing and updating packages, managing services, and so much more.

How to Install Icinga2 Monitoring Tool on Debian

Originally created as a fork of the Nagios monitoring tool, Icinga is a free and open-source infrastructure monitoring and alerting solution that monitors your entire infrastructure and provides feedback about the availability and performance of

How to Install LibreNMS Monitoring Tool on Debian 11/10

LibreNMS is an open-source and fully-featured networking monitoring tool that provides a wide range of monitoring features and capabilities for your network devices. Key features include: Automatic discovery of your entire network using ARP, SNMP,

How to Install and Configure LAMP on Debian 11 (Bullseye)

One of the most important things to set up a Linux server is for the purposes of deploying a website(s). According to NetCraft.com’s February 2022 survey of the 1 million busiest websites in the world,

How to Install CloudPanel on Debian 10 Buster

CloudPanel is an open-source control panel that allows you to efficiently manage your servers. It’s a high-performance PHP-based control panel that is specially designed for managing hosted services. It is built on PHP and uses

How to Burn CD/DVD in Linux Using Brasero

Frankly speaking, I cannot recall the last time I used a PC with a CD/DVD drive. This is thanks to the ever-evolving tech industry which has seen optical disks replaced by USB drives and other

How to Install, Create and Manage LXC (Linux Containers) in Ubuntu/Debian

Over the last decade, the open-source community has seen a steady shift to containerization as the preferred way of deploying applications thanks to the numerous benefits it offers such as portability, flexibility, increased security, and

How to Install Zend OPcache in Debian and Ubuntu

This article was earlier written for APC (Alternative PHP Cache), but APC is deprecated and no longer working with PHP 5.4 onwards, now you should use OPcache for better and faster performance as explained in

How to Install Config Server Firewall (CSF) on Debian/Ubuntu

ConfigServer and Security Firewall, abbreviated as CSF, is an open-source and advanced firewall designed for Linux systems. It not only provides the basic functionality of a firewall but also offers a wide array of add-on