ohne aber die beste Zeit.
the picture was taken during a short downtime at Rheinsberg Palace - german: Schloss Rheinsberg - round about 100km away from Berlin.
the last fifteen years i always used
to find out which Debian version i actually use.
Today i found that really cool hint
user1@de-backup01:~# lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Debian Description: Debian GNU/Linux testing (jessie) Release: testing Codename: jessie
Since a few weeks i hear always the same sentences.
Hey, cool, what is the name of this … ehm … bike?
Hey, i know it, it came from the netherlands, right?
My answer is always the same, underlined with a big smile:
It’s a Bullitt! From Denmark.
Really great post about working with a small screen resolution and organizing your daily business. Where can i get an 11” MacBook? Instant! ;-)
There are several methods to upgrade only security updates on a debian based system, but this one is my favorite.
First i duplicate the sources.list and remove all entries but the lines with the security repositories
sudo cp /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/security.sources.list
Second i ran these easy to remember command
sudo apt-get upgrade -o Dir::Etc::SourceList=/etc/apt/security.sources.list
Thats it. ;)
i’ve just ordered a new toy for my home equipment - a open ARM miniPC called cubietruck.
Just check out there Website1 for more informations.
My primary use will be a storage for file backups and sharing via BitTorrent Sync2.
in our company infrastructure we use several defined VLAN to separate network segments.
For example we don’t want to communicate our backup over the normal line.
The following describes - in an ultra short form - the way to realize this topic.
As a reminder, under Debian you configure your network settings under
regular network settings
auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 172.27.x.y netmask 255.255.252.0 network 172.27.x.0 broadcast 172.27.x.255 gateway 172.27.x.254 dns-nameservers 220.127.116.11 dns-search DOMAIN
You have to fit it to your environment.
Great presentation by Linus Neumann at 30C31 conference in Hamburg.
His lecture is about hosting of e-mails, using of cloud services, and the magic of of the new star DE-Mail - directly to the BND.
based on my post few days ago i asked myself how to determine which architecture is running on my server.
In a Debian based system you can use the command
On a system running any other distribution like Fedora or SuSE one possible choice is to use the internal build-in command file.
mst@de-backup01:~# file /bin/bash /bin/bash: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.26, BuildID[sha1]=bc23cc26ae4d13cfd449ffb7c54224436976ca67, stripped
It print out a detailed information about the system architecture, which was used to build the terminal, in this case the bash.