Publish date: Nov 26, 2020
GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG) is a free (as in freedom) software replacement for Symantec’s PGP cryptographic software suite, and is compliant with RFC 4880, the IETF standards-track specification of OpenPGP.
Publish date: Aug 27, 2020
Why a sid env? Debian packages are developed for Debian through the Unstable distribution or Unstable Branch. Debian almost always has three distributions going for it at any point of time.
Publish date: Aug 26, 2020
This page is created to aid the attendees of the ഡെബിയന് പാക്കേജിങ്ങ് ബാലപാഠങ്ങള് പഠിയ്ക്കാം (Simple Packaging Tutorial with debmake) workshop held at the Malayalam MiniConf during DebConf 20 on 28th August 08:30 PM - 10:15 PM IST.
Publish date: Aug 14, 2020
Every GNU/Linux distribution has their own package manager and package format. For Debian it’s apt and .deb. Debian packaging is quite interesting, there’s a fair bit of information that is included in a Debian source package.
Publish date: Aug 10, 2020
I assure you we do not have an unhealthy relationship. This is just my Baby. My first laptop. This machine has been through thick and thin.
Publish date: Aug 9, 2020
This is a list of software that I use. The main purpose for the existence of this page is to keep a track of the software I use and to create a place I could refer to in case I mess my system up.
Publish date: Aug 8, 2020
Z shell or Zsh is a unix shell that was written by Paul Falstad in 1990. The name zsh derives from the name of Yale professor Zhong Shao (then a teaching assistant at Princeton University) — Paul Falstad regarded Shao’s login-id, “zsh”, as a good name for a shell.