How to Manually Install Packages on a Debian Server

On Debian and Debian-based servers (such as Ubuntu Server), the primary method of package installation is APT. Using the apt-get command, you can download and install software from the distribution and third-party repositories with relative ease. There may come a time, however, when you need to install a deb package that is not from your […]

How to Install Webmin in Ubuntu

Ubuntu is the most popular desktop Linux solution, and because of this, many system administrators have become comfortable using it even on the server. Ubuntu does offer a server edition, and it is just as powerful and useful as any of the other Linux server distributions. This brief guide will explain how to install Webmin, […]

How to use APT to install Linux software

Last week we learned how to install Linux applications with YUM. This is the common method used for most Linux servers based on Red Hat Linux. For Debian, however, another package management tool, called APT, is the default. APT, which stands for Advanced Packaging Tool, was originally designed for “.deb” packages, […]