Debian

Using Debian 6 squeeze LTS

Official support for Debian 6.0 (code name "squeeze") ended in April 2014, however, the project announced Long Term Support (LTS) security updates until February 2016. You can use LTS in adding the repository to your sources.list and updating your system.

Upgrade Debian 6 Squeeze to 7 Wheezy

Upgrading Debian 6 Squeeze to Debian 7 Wheezy can be performed from a terminal or SSH session to a remote system.

Build a Linux Home Web Server For Under $250

Now-a-days pretty much everyone and their hipster grandmother is blogging, publishing web articles or sharing some sort of digital content with free online services such as Google, Facebook, Flickr and Youtube. These are all great no cost options for putting content online, but a poor substitution for a feature rich web server.

DNS Blacklist with Exim

By setting the anti-spam DNS Blacklist feature in Exim you can eliminate a majority of your daily spam in a few simple steps.

Progeny Debian 1.0 Review

I'll be the first one to admit it. I haven't touched any variant of the Debian Linux distribution for a really long time. I personally could never get comfortable with the distribution. When this review was up for grabs I decided what the hell. I'd heard some good things about Progeny circulating and thought I'd give it a whirl.