Samba allows you to share your files over a local network to computers running any operating system. Samba also makes it simple to control access to these shares using a single configuration file. On Debian, that configuration is mostly set up for you, making configuring a Samba server on Debian a smooth experience.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Install Samba
  • How to Change Samba's Global Settings
  • How to Configure a New Share
  • How to Set Up A Samba User
  • How to Connect to a Share

There are two basic ways to set up a static IP address on Debian 10. The simplest for desktops is through NetworkManager's graphical interface. For servers or systems without NetworkManager, you can use a configuration file too.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Configure a Static IP with NetworkManager
  • How to Configure a Static IP From the CLI

The Android development tools, ADB(Android Debug Tool) and Fastboot, allow you unprecedented access to your Android device. These tools are essential for developers, and they make it possible to root and flash custom ROMs. Since Google uses Debian, installing them is very simple.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Install the Android Tools
  • How to Enable USB Debugging on Android
  • How to Connect Your Phone to Debian

VeraCrypt is the successor to TrueCrypt. It offers many of the same features and is fully backward compatible. VeraCrypt is fully cross platform and offers a convenient installer that you can use to get started on Debian 10.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Download the VeraCrypt Installer
  • How to Unpack the Installers
  • How to Run the GUI Installer
  • How to Open VeraCrypt on Debian 10

There are plenty of reasons why you'd want to share files across computers on your network, and Debian makes a perfect file server, whether you're running it from a workstation, dedicated server, or even a Raspberry Pi. Since NFS functionality comes from the kernel, everything is fairly simple to set up and well integrated.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Install the NFS Packages
  • How to Configure Your Shares
  • How to Connect to a Share

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