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<big>'''Welcome to SaruWiki.'''</big>
<big>'''Welcome to SaruWiki.'''</big>


This Wiki is intended to document bits and bobs about [http://www.kernel.org/ Linux] (and some Unix) in general, and [http://www.debian.org Debian] in particular. In it, [[SaruWiki:About|we]] wish to collect the tips and tricks of both [[SaruWiki:About|our own team of Linux admins]] and those of other interested users. If you are interested in my work on [http://www.dya.info DYA|Infrastructure], please visit the [https://dya-knowledge.sogeti.nl/ SmartMart demo site].
This Wiki is intended to document bits and bobs about [http://www.kernel.org/ Linux] (and some Unix) in general, and [http://www.debian.org Debian] in particular. In it, [[SaruWiki:About|we]] wish to collect the tips and tricks of both [[SaruWiki:About|our own team of Linux admins]] and those of other interested users.


Consult the [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents User's Guide] for information on using this wiki's software.
Consult the [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents User's Guide] for information on using this wiki's software.
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<big>'''Main Content'''</big>
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* Setting up a [[Debian_Jessie_base_server]] is a howto on the installation of a very basic Linux box under Jessie (it's actually not even a server yet).
* Setting up a [[Debian Jessie base server|Debian 8 Jessie base server]] is a howto on the installation of a very basic Linux box under Jessie (it's actually not even a server yet).
* Using ''md'' for [[software-based RAID]] contains our ideas and observations on redundancy.
* Using ''md'' and ''btrfs'' for [[software-based RAID]] contains our ideas and observations on data redundancy.
* The use of [[APT and aptitude]] is crucial to the concept of a Debian machine.
* The use of [[APT and aptitude]] is crucial to the concept of a Debian machine.
* [[Roll your own kernel]] discusses the pros and cons of compiling your own kernel, and how to do it.
* [[Roll your own kernel]] discusses the pros and cons of compiling your own kernel, and how to do it.

Latest revision as of 17:06, 23 September 2021

Welcome to SaruWiki.

This Wiki is intended to document bits and bobs about Linux (and some Unix) in general, and Debian in particular. In it, we wish to collect the tips and tricks of both our own team of Linux admins and those of other interested users.

Consult the User's Guide for information on using this wiki's software.

NOTE: you must confirm edits when you're not logged in with a user account. Thanks to the Mediawiki ConfirmEdit extension we've cut our wikispam considerably. Sorry to make you anonymous contributors jump through this little hoop for every edit, but there you are.


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