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How to install Visual Studio Code Server on Debian 10

How to install Visual Studio Code Server on Debian 10 The code server is a Visual Studio (VS) code version that can be executed remotely on the server and accessed through a web browser. It makes it possible to create and run a consistent development environment that can be accessed anytime, anywhere. In this tutorial,… read more »

How to create your first Java program in Debian 10

If you are not familiar with Java programming in the Debian operating system, this article will help you write and compile the first Java program. To do this, you need the Java runtime and the Java development kit. We will explain the installation of these programs through the command line. The steps to run a… read more »

How to install GNU Octave on Debian 10

In this article, we will explain how to install GNU Octave, a high-level interpreted language intended primarily for numerical calculations. It offers opportunities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems and for other numerical experiments. It also offers ample graphical capabilities for visualizing and manipulating data. Octave is typically used through an interactive… read more »

How to play MP3 files from Debian 10 command line

If you, like me, like to perform all the tasks in Debian through the command line, you will also look for how to play audio, especially mp3, through it. In this article, we will explain how you can install and use the well-known Sox command-line utility to listen to mp3 files in your terminal. Why… read more »

How to install vsftpd FTP server with TLS on Debian 10

If you’ve ever used FTP before, you may know that it offers a very useful way to transfer files and information from one system to another. FTP, short for File Transfer Protocol, is a common network protocol that can be used to download and upload files, depending on the permissions assigned to the user. For… read more »

How to install email server using ISPConfig on Debian 10

How to install email server using ISPConfig on Debian 10 This tutorial uses a single server setup as an example. ISPConfig 3.1 has been installed on Debian 10.0, Buster (for actual server installation, please refer to the ISPConfig Perfect Server installation tutorial), the purpose of this guide is to show you the steps to set… read more »

How to resize cursor on Debian 10 desktop

When we move to a new home, we customize it to suit our needs. The same case when moving to a new desktop environment. Visibility and ease of use is a serious problem for any user when working in a computer system. Cursor size, among many other visual functions, is one such thing. We definitely… read more »

How to remotely manage a Linux server using SSH

SSH stands for Secure Shell, and it is a protocol that is used to securely access a remote server on a local network or the Internet to configure, manage, monitor and troubleshoot, etc. In this article, I am going to discuss how you can manage a remote Linux server using SSH. I executed all the… read more »

How to change the time zone in Debian 10

If you configured your Debian system to automatically obtain the time zone, it synchronizes the system time over the Internet so that your system has the time zone as the closest location. If you want to change the time zone to suit your preferences, Debian offers you two ways to do this; from the command… read more »

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