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How can I configure my keyboard and its keys in Debian?

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Keyboard configuration in Debian 8 - 9.xx:
To configure the keyboard, you must install keyboard-configuration. and console-setup .

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How can I find out which versions of software is available in Debians repository?

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Open a terminal window and type:

aptitude versions software name

Press Enter!

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How do I check if my Linux system is vulnerable to Specter / Meltdown?

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INTEL ™ Devices from 1995 running Linux, Windows or MACOS are affected by Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities as much as their counterparts. AMD ™ is not affected by Meltdown, which is the most serious bug. On the other hand, AMD ś processors are vulnerable to Spectre.

First of all, make sure your Debian 8 or 9 version has an updated kernel and you have installed the latest security fixes.

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How Can I Check My Broadband Speed?

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How can I check my broadband speed?

No matter which broadband provider you use, it's good to check your broadband speed so you'll see that you get what you pay for.

In Debian Linux, this is very easy to do via the command line via a terminal window.

The software is written in Python and has no GUI.

How can I check my broadband speed?

Install speedtest via a terminal window:

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How do I compile a C/C++ program on Linux using the GNU gcc/g++ compiler?

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I am assuming you want the latest version of some software, which isn't available in Debians repository and you can't find any .deb package from other trusted sites.

Begin by installing the build-essential package:

sudo apt-get install build-essential

Press Enter.

These are the important library files for compiling C/C++ programs on linux.

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Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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