The next release of Debian GNU/Linux is due soon ..view story

http://www.debian-administration.org – According to the most recent update from the project we should be seeing the next stable release of Debian GNU/Linux in early May. (Distributions)

running a desktop with vnc over openvpnview story

http://www.debian-administration.org – I'm going to describe how you can display and control your primary desktop remotely from a secondary so that it everything works really well. To do that, we are going to bolt together several commonly used linux components. Along the way I'll pass on some personal drivel about my own experience in doing this. The idea behind this being that you get a feel of how things hang together. (Distributions)

Isolating sudo messages from syslogview story

http://www.debian-administration.org – sudo is an essential tool in an environment where there are multiple server and system administrators. By default sudo will log to syslog, and it is very straight-forward to isolate the logging to a local file which can be useful. (Distributions)

How to setup a Squid Proxy on your Debian Linuxview story

http://linuxaria.com – In former articles i’ve talked about Tor and SSH to browse the net in a more secure (or at leat anonymous) way. But sometimes it’s easier to do the configuration just one time on a server and setup a proxy there, and than use it as proxy for all your computers, or perhaps all your office or friends computers. (HowTos)

Building a Debian package for the latest version of nginxview story

http://www.debian-administration.org – As Debian Lenny has a really outdated version of Engine X available, I took some time to update the package and compile it and note how it is done here for future references to anybody who needs to update an existing Debian package to use themselves. (Distributions)

Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" releasedview story

http://www.debian.org – After 24 months of constant development, the Debian Project is proud to present its new stable version 6.0 (code name "Squeeze"). Debian 6.0 is a free operating system, coming for the first time in two flavours. Alongside Debian GNU/Linux, Debian GNU/kFreeBSD is introduced with this version as a "technology preview". (Distributions)

who the bloody hell cares about Debianview story

http://upsilon.cc – The talk title---Who the bloody hell cares about Debian? [1]---was meant to be rather provocative. The idea was indeed to challenge the meme that, in the era of distributions that release every 6 months, a distribution with a release cycle of circa 2 years (like Debian, considering the past 5 years) is not a project that deserves your attention anymore. Is it really the case? (Distributions)

Setting Up VNC on Debianview story

http://ecomputergeeks.com – Follow the steps below to ste up VNC on Debian.Step 1: Click “Applications” and “Terminal.” (HowTos)

Debian is eating its own dog food more than everview story

http://raphaelhertzog.com – raphaelhertzog.com: In its “Fast distributions and slow servers” article, Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier explains the difficulties that Fedora has to use its own distribution on their infrastructure. Debian does quite well nowadays in that respect. (Distributions)

Debian vs Ubuntu — My Personal Opinion and Experience With Bothview story

http://www.garryconn.com – I am not a very experienced linux user by any means. However, I am the type of person who has a natural understanding of how most technological things work. Especially computers, operating systems, and programming. I think you have to have a brain for stuff like that. Or, maybe you have to be left handed with adult ADHD. Whatever the reasons may be, I really enjoy messing around with computers. (Distributions)