Shawn  Pieterse

Shawn Pieterse


Installing and Setting Apache Spark on Ubuntu/Debian

Apache Spark is an open-source distributed computational framework that is created to provide faster computational results. It is an in-memory computational engine, meaning the data will be processed in memory.

Spark supports various APIs for streaming, graph processing, SQL, MLLib. It also supports Java, Python, Scala, and R as the preferred languages. Spark is mostly installed in Hadoop clusters but you can also install and configure spark in standalone mode.

#debian #ubuntu #apache spark #install and setup

Installing and Setting Apache Spark on Ubuntu/Debian
Shawn  Pieterse

Shawn Pieterse


ONLYOFFICE Docs Installation on Debian and Ubuntu

ONLYOFFICE Docs offers the following functionality:

  • Online editors for text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.
  • Collaborative editing in real-time (two co-editing modes, track changes, version history, and version comparison, comments and mentions, built-in chat).
  • Different access permissions (full access, review, form filling, commenting, read-only as well as custom filter for spreadsheets).
  • Support for all popular formats: DOC, DOCX, TXT, ODT, RTF, ODP, EPUB, ODS, XLS, XLSX, CSV, PPTX, HTML.
  • Built-in plugins and micros for more editing capabilities (YouTube, Thesaurus, Translator, Zotero, and Mendeley for reference management, etc.).
  • Ability to create and connect third-party plugins via API.

#ubuntu #onlyoffice #debian

ONLYOFFICE Docs Installation on Debian and Ubuntu
Zelma  Gerlach

Zelma Gerlach


How To Install Google Cloud SDK on Debian 10

Google Cloud SDK provides a set of tools that are used to manage resources hosted on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The Cloud SDK (Software Development Kit) provides gcloud, gsutil, nd bq commands with the ability to access the Google Cloud via the terminal.

You can install the Cloud SDK from the officially provided Debian repository. Cloud SDK is also available as Snap package but don’t includes kubectl.

This tutorial describe you to how to install Google Cloud SDK on Debian 10 Buster Linux system.


You must have sudo privileged account access to your Debian 10 system with console access.

Login to your system and launch a terminal. Then execute the following commands to install required packages on your system.

sudo apt update 
sudo apt install curl apt-transport-https ca-certificates gnupg 

#debian #google cloud #sdk #cloud

How To Install Google Cloud SDK on Debian 10
Dianna  Farrell

Dianna Farrell


🔥 15 Things You MUST DO After Installing Debian 10

In this video we show you 15 awesome things you should do after installing Debian 10.

There are certain configuration steps that we must do after installing any new Operating System to get maximum benefit from the OS. Debian 10 is no different.

Enjoy the video!


  • 00:00 Welcome
  • 00:28 Number 1: Update Debian 10.9
  • 01:20 Number 2: Add Minimize and Maximize Buttons in Debian 10.9
  • 03:04 Number 3: Install Synaptic in Debian 10.9
  • 04:28 Number 4: Install Microcode in Debian 10.9
  • 05:47 Number 5: Add Online Accounts in Debian 10.9
  • 06:32 Number 6: Configure Search in Debian 10.9
  • 07:38 Number 7: Change Swappiness in Debian 10.9
  • 08:33 Number 8: Enable Drive Cache in Debian 10.9
  • 09:40 Number 9: Install and Configure the Firewall in Debian 10.9
  • 10:26 Number 10: Create Xkill Shortcut in Debian 10.9
  • 11:34 Number 11: Create Shortcut for Terminal in Debian 10.9
  • 12:24 Number 12: Enable Nightlight in Debian 10.9
  • 13:11 Number 13: Select the Fastest Mirror in Debian 10.9
  • 14:19 Number 14: Switch to Xorg in Debian 10.9
  • 15:43 Number 15: Speed up Boot Time in Debian 10.9
  • 17:13 Bonus Trick: Bookmark Your Folders in Debian 10.9
  • 18:07 Outro

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🔥 15 Things You MUST DO After Installing Debian 10
Dianna  Farrell

Dianna Farrell


🔥 Debian 10.9 Review and First Thoughts

In this Debian 10.9 review video, we take a look at this distro’s features, specifications, and interface.

Enjoy the video!


  • 00:00 Welcome
  • 00:28 Introduction
  • 00:49 Review of Debian 10.9
  • 07:26 Thoughts About Debian 10.9
  • 07:53 Conclusion


🔥 Debian 10.9 Review and First Thoughts

Launching a Python Webserver for Mobile Development

Not only should web developers know how to launch a local HTTP server, but it’s also useful for mobile developers as well. For example, we might want to check the network layer of our mobile app and parse the response to our DTO models while the backend part is still under development.

There are many useful solutions for these tasks (such as mockoon or postman). However, in this article, we are going to build our own solution! 🤓💪

To launch the local webserver, we can use Debian or macOS. In this tutorial, I will use Debian on Windows through WSL, though the vast majority of the listed commands are also applicable to the macOS ecosystem.

If you have already installed Debian OS, we also need to install a python interpreter (This procedure is not required for macOS users because macOS already has a python interpreter). We can do this via this command

#python #swift #ios #server #tmux #linux #debian #http

Launching a Python Webserver for Mobile Development
Devyn  Reilly

Devyn Reilly


How to install MySQL server on Debian 10 Linux

How can I install MySQL server 8.0 on Debian 10 LTS Linux server? How do I add a new MySQL user and database on the newly set up Debian server running on AWS EC2 server?

Oracle MySQL server version 8.0 is an open-source and free database used by most web apps and sites on the Internet. Typically MySQL is part of the LAMP (Linux, Apache/Nginx, MySQL, Perl/Python/PHP) stack. Popular opensource software such as WordPress, MediaWiki, and others heavily used by MySQL as a database storage engine. Let us see how to install MySQL server version 8.x on Debian 10 LTS Linux server for your web apps or forum or custom system.

#mysql #debian #linux #mysql server

How to install MySQL server on Debian 10 Linux
Einar  Hintz

Einar Hintz


How to Remove Packages from Ubuntu & Debian

The APT (Advanced Package Tool) is a powerful package management tool for Debian based systems. It provides powerful command-line tool like “apt” or “apt-get”. Which is used to install, upgrade or remove a software package on your Debian system.

In this tutorial, you will learn to how to uninstall or remove packages from a Ubuntu or Debian Linux system.

How to Remove Packages via Command Line

You can use “apt” command line tool for removing packages from your system. For older version of operating systems use “apt-get” command with the same options.

Use one of the below options to remove, purge packages from system. Clean the cache files to remove unused software’s from the system.

#ubuntu #debian #developer

How to Remove Packages from Ubuntu & Debian
Royce  Reinger

Royce Reinger


How to Install and Configure GitLab in Debian 10

Gitlab is a web-based DevOps lifecycle management tool developed by GitLab Inc. Similar to the Github, Gitlab is also another popular Git version control system used by large number of users. Gitlab also provides great features like issue tracking, To-Do list, continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipelines for the applications. Gitlab also supports integration with various services.

The Community edition of Gitlab is available free for use on development and production environment. It provides large number of features required for small to large scale companies. The enterprise edition provides more features but required a paid license.

This tutorial will describe you to how to install Gitlab on Debian 10 Buster Linux system. You are going to install Gitlab community edition using this tutorial.


A running Debian 10 system with with a sudo privileged account .

Step 1 – Installing Gitlab in Debian

Step 2 – Configure Gitlab

Step 3 – Adjust Firewall

Step 4 – Access Gitlab Dashboard

Step 5 – Configure Backups

#debian #git #gitlab

How to Install and Configure GitLab in Debian 10

How To Install PHP 8.0 on Debian 10 / Debian 9

PHP is an open-source programming language used for web development, created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994. It is an HTML-embedded scripting language for creating dynamic websites such as blogs, internet forums, e-commerce portals, etc.

In this post, we will see how to install PHP 8.0 on  Debian 10 /  Debian 9.

Add PHP Repository

SURY, a third-party repository that offers PHP 8.0/7.x for the Debian operating system. Update the repository cache.

sudo apt update

Install the below packages.

sudo apt install -y curl wget gnupg2 ca-certificates lsb-release apt-transport-https

#debian #post #debian 10 #debian 9 #php

How To Install PHP 8.0 on Debian 10 / Debian 9
Tre  Mayer

Tre Mayer


Why Debian is the BEST Distro! The only thing you should install! FULL REVIEW.

In this video, I talk about my recent realization of how AWESOME Debian is. It’s literally the only distribution you should ever consider. Check out this video and I’ll let you know why that is (with a little help from some friends).

#debian #developer

Why Debian is the BEST Distro! The only thing you should install! FULL REVIEW.
Angela  Dickens

Angela Dickens


How To Install PHP 8 on Debian 10

PHP is a scripting language, and a powerful tool for developing dynamic and interactive Web pages. It was originally created in 1994 by Danish-Canadian programmer Rasmus Lerdorf. According to W3Techs’ data, PHP is used by 78.9% websites running in public network. So almost 8 out of every 10 websites on the Internet are using PHP in some way.

PHP 8.0 is the latest available version for the web development. It is the most advanced and secure version released by the PHP Team.

This tutorial will help you to install PHP 8.0 on Debain 10 Buster Linux system.

#php #debian #developer

How To Install PHP 8 on Debian 10
Anna Yusef

Anna Yusef


How To Install Python 3.9 on Debian 10

Python is an object-oriented, high-level programming language. It is an open source with a large community. Python is used as key languages among the top tech companies like Google. The Python 3.9 stable version has been released with several improvements and security updates. It included multiple new modules, improved existing modules and many other features.

Debian 10 default repositories comes with Python 3.7. So if your application can work with this version, install it from default repositories using command apt install python3 . To install Python 3.9 on Debian 10 follow this tutorial.

This tutorial will described you to install Python 3.9 on Debian 10 Linux system.

#python #debian #debian 10 #python3.9

How To Install Python 3.9 on Debian 10
Olen  Predovic

Olen Predovic


How to Install Drupal with Apache on Debian and Ubuntu

Developing your website from scratch can be a daunting task. It’s time-consuming and expensive if you are planning to hire a developer. An easy way to get your blog or website off the ground is using a CMS (content management system) like Drupal.

Drupal is an open-source content management system (CMS), written in PHP and released under GPL. It was first released in January 2001 to power personal blogs, corporate websites, and any kind of websites that people may need. Today, Drupal is one of the most famous CMS in the world running millions of websites worldwide.

The latest version of Drupal at the time of writing this guide is Drupal 9.

Drupal Features
  1. Free and open-source.
  2. Basic features like the ability to publish posts, pages, and a comment system, RSS feed, user registration. install and modify templates & add-ons.
  3. More than 30000 available modules to download for free from the Drupal store.
  4. Available in more than 110 languages with support for RTL languages like Arabic.
  5. Multi-site support and Multi-user content editing and creation support.
  6. Support for creating blogs, forums, polls using modules that are installed by default.
  7. Very-well updates system to notify you about security updates.
  8. Many other features.

In this guide, we will install Drupal on Debian 10/9 and Ubuntu 20.04/18.04.

Drupal Prerequisites

Since Drupal is a PHP-driven CMS that is accessed from the front-end by users, you need to have a LAMP stack installed on your Debian/Ubuntu instance. LAMP is a software stack used for testing and deploying websites and comprises 3 major components:

  • Apache webserver.
  • MariaDB database server.
  • PHP (For Drupal 9, PHP 7.3 and later versions is recommended).

#cms #debian #drupal #ubuntu #debian tips #drupal #ubuntu tips

How to Install Drupal with Apache on Debian and Ubuntu
Hertha  Walsh

Hertha Walsh


How to List Installed Repositories In Ubuntu & Debian

A repository is the collection of packages for a Linux operating system. You can create a central repository containing the actual packages. Then configure your other systems to connect with the main repository. From where, you can install, update packages.

The Ubuntu and other Debian based systems uses APT (Advanced Packages Tool) as package manager. Apt keeps all the configuration files under /etc/apt directory.

This tutorial will help you to list all installed repositories under a Ubuntu or Debian based system via command line.

List Installed Repositories In Ubuntu

The remote repository references are configured in /etc/apt/sources.list file and all files under /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ directory.

Use the following command to list all the configured repositories on apt based system:

sudo grep -rhE ^deb /etc/apt/sources.list* 

You will see the output like below:

deb xenial main restricted
deb-src xenial main restricted
deb xenial-updates main restricted
deb-src xenial-updates main restricted
deb xenial universe
deb-src xenial universe
deb xenial-security universe
deb-src xenial-security universe
deb xenial-security multiverse
deb-src xenial-security multiverse

Alternatively, you can use apt-cache command to list all repositories. This command will provide also provide more details about the repository.

#debian #apt #debian #repository #ubuntu

How to List Installed Repositories In Ubuntu & Debian