When I was tried to enable HTTP/2 for www.admon.org, I noticed that there is not much resource on how to enable HTTP/2 on Debian Jessie. I think the point is that there are some dependencies on HTTP/2, which are kinda…

Debian Squeeze (6.0) is a kind of “Old Stable” branch of Debian, the official support for this version ended in April 2014. Squeeze is still used on many servers, so a group of Debian developers decided to provide security patches…

PPAs (short for Personal Package Archives) are software repositories hosted by launchpad.net, designed for Ubuntu users and are easier to install than other third-party repositories. You can get more details from its home page. Then, is it possible for us to use PPA…

Snoopy is designed to aid a sysadmin by providing a log of commands executed. Snoopy logger is completely transparent to the user and applications. It is linked into programs to provide a wrapper around calls to execve(). Logging is done…

The very latest version of Sun Oracle JDK can be downloaded from its official website here. The one we need is  jdk-7u45-linux-x64.tar.gz.  When we got this file, it can be installed with following commands:

How can we create a USB Memory Stick for Debian 7.1 (Wheezy) installation? Well, it’s very easy compared to my thought. It takes several minutes to create a USB memory stick to install either Debian i386 or AMD-64. Here our example…

As Debian v7.0 Wheezy has been released for a while, we will show how to upgrade from v6.0 Squeeze here step by step. Before any operations, it’s highly suggested making a backup, as least for data files and configuration files…

Sometimes you might want to uninstall large packages on a running Linux system (e.g. in order to release disk space), since these kind of packages are normally not that useful. Here we show an example on how to list installed…

The first release candidate of Debian 7.0 (a.k.a. Wheezy) was released yesterday. As always, it comes with lots of attractive designs. Here is a list of the major ones that may draw your attention.        

The upgrade between major releases for Debian system is quite easy compared to RHEL / CentOS. How can I upgrade to Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 (Squeeze) from the previous Debian 5.0 (Lenny) remotely?