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November 16th, 2010 The Debian project is proud to announce, that its upcoming release Debian 6.0 Squeeze has entered the final phase of its development cycle and is nearly in its final form. We now seek the help of our users to find the remaining bugs related to upgrades from the previous stable release as well as bugs related to the installation of fresh systems. If you plan to install a fresh Debian system in the near future, please consider installing Debian Squeeze with the debian-installer available at http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/. There is also a list of known errata available, as well as a detailed installation manual. News -- Debian 6.0 "Squeeze": Call for Upgrade and Installation tests News -- Debian 6.0 "Squeeze": Call for Upgrade and Installation tests
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Debian HCL; Debian GNU/Linux device driver check & report Debian HCL; Debian GNU/Linux device driver check & report Boot your machine with a GNU/Linux OS (such as Debian, Knoppix, Redhat, and so on), run 'lspci -n' and paste the output into the box below, then press 'Check' button. Notice: This database uses the PCI map of Debian kernel 3.2.0-4-amd64 . The result does NOT guarantee your hardware works perfectly.
Linux, Debian, etc. - Humus numericus Linux, Debian, etc. - Humus numericus Je me suis récemment amusé à essayer de fabriquer des frises chronologiques avec l’idée de les imprimer sur plusieurs pages A4 pouvant être découpées et réassemblées par la suite. Comme je ne voulais pas faire ça à la main et avoir quelque chose de réutilisable, j’ai mélangé un peu de Ruby et de LaTeX, ce qui a donné un script automatique de génération de chronologies : http://github.com/juba/timeline-generator Le principe est assez simple : vous indiquez dans un fichier de configuration différents paramètres, dont évidemment la date de départ, la date de fin, le nombre de feuilles A4, leur orientation, etc., etc. (quasiment tous les aspects de mise en page sont configurables), et le script vous génère deux fichiers PDF : l’un avec votre frise chronologique sur une seule grande page, et l’autre découpée en autant de feuilles A4 que désiré. Avec en plus, si c’est pas le bonheur, des marques pour la découpe et un petit recouvrement d’une page sur l’autre pour faciliter l’assemblage.
MIT Kerberos installation on Debian MIT Kerberos installation on Debian Posted by docelic on Wed 5 Dec 2007 at 10:15 The purpose of this Guide is to give you a straight-forward, Debian-friendly way of installing and configuring Kerberos. We will go through introduction to Kerberos, installation, configuration, PAM config and setting up of encrypted telnet/ftp session to the server. We will show how to use Kerberos logins as a replacement for SSH keys, and how to use standard (optionally encrypted) telnet/ftp connections instead of SSH. The newest version of this article can be found at http://techpubs.spinlocksolutions.com/dklar/kerberos.html. MIT Kerberos installation on Debian
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DebianHelp.co.uk-Debian Linux Tutorials Tips System Administrati Welcome to Debianhelp.co.uk! As it suggests, it is as easy as Debian. This website is aimed at providing simple and easy help, tips and tricks and valuable support articles to Debian user community ranging from beginners to Experts. About Linux Linux is a free Unix-type operating system originally created by Linus Torvalds with the assistance of developers around the world. Developed under the GNU General Public License, the source code for Linux is freely available to everyone. DebianHelp.co.uk-Debian Linux Tutorials Tips System Administrati