I've successfully built ruby 2.1.1 on Ubuntu/Debian by installing the following dependencies: apt-get install \ autoconf \ bison \ build-essential \ libssl-dev \ libyaml-dev \ ...
I am looking at a Debian server that has version wheezy/sid. Is there a way I can tell if this server was upgraded from squeeze via dist-upgrade versus being built from scratch as a wheezy server?
I've been battling with deploying (mainly PHP) websites as .deb files for some time and wonder if there's a better way than my rather convoluted method. My goal is continuous integration on my staging ...
On Debian Lenny I built my own ffmpeg. When i do ffmpeg --version inside of a sudo bash shell I get the version I just build. Outside of it I get the old version. When using sudo ffmpeg I get the new ...