Debian’s app distribution (apt) is a simple, native, and friction-less tool to manage apps and their dependencies. Just with the combo apt update && apt upgrade you ensure that systems are up-to-date, including your software and its dependencies —and it works with Ubuntu and friends. In this tutorial we learn how to package apps, generating
Distribute your apps with apt2019-07-30
Debug segmentation faults in Apache from mod_wsgi2019-06-25
In this guide we show how to get information from apache segmentation faults that come from python’s mod_wsgi.
Configurations to empower your macOS2018-08-26
The following configurations empowers your Mac in ways that you cannot achieve by the usual System Preferences or similar config pages, thought for power users. I talk about quick-look plugins, spotlight extensions, terminal configuration, and brew tricks.
Create a custom live Debian 9 and 10 the pro way2019-05-01
In the following tutorial we create a custom Debian 9 and 10 live installation image by using debian-live. Our live image carries some private software that we want to execute every time someone boots the live cd. The resulting live-cd boots with an USB stick, a CD, and the network by PXE. Other tutorials achieve the same goal