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  1. How-To: Samba installation on Debian

    Samba is a free implementation of the SMB/CIFS protocol, which allows you file and printer sharing between windows and linux.

    Install package:

    apt-get install samba
    

    Enter your workgroup name, or leave WORKGROUP if you're not sure and answer 'no' to question about using WINS settings from DHCP (unless ...

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  2. How-To: sudo on Debian

    Sudo is a tool which allows users to execute specific commands as root (or another) user. Here's how you can install it on Debian:

    Install package:

    apt-get install sudo
    

    Default /etc/sudoers file will be created during installation. Never edit this file directly. Instead, use visudo tool which you ...

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  3. How-To: rTorrent with screen on Debian

    rTorrent is a lightweight and stable torrent client with many functions.  It can turn your old, cheap linux box into a powerful torrent download server.

    OK, let's begin...

    Install needed packages:

    apt-get install rtorrent screen psmisc
    

    Create rtorrent user:

    useradd rtorrent
    

    Create init file /etc/init.d/rtorrent containing ...

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  4. How-To: OpenVZ installation on Debian

    OpenVZ is a great open-source virtualization solution for linux. Because there is no emulation layer, just container isolation, its performance overhead is near zero. Here are the steps I used to get it working on Debian Lenny.

    If you want to use per-container disk quota and usual linux disk qouta ...

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