In this config we will setup a python virtualenv. The intention behind the use of virtualenv as a python development environment is to separate global system installed executables and libraries with packages installed directly inside virtualenv. As a result, one is able to test a given python application with multiple system environments on a single host.
The installation of virtualenv on Debian Linux is simple as:
# apt-get install python-virtualenv

Symptoms:

Using a apt tools may result in a following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/lsb_release", line 28, in 
    import lsb_release
ImportError: No module named 'lsb_release'
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/lsb_release", line 28, in 
    import lsb_release
ImportError: No module named 'lsb_release'

phpVirtualBox allows you to manage locally or remotely your virtual machines running under VirtualBox via web-based interface. This config will describe an installation and basic configuration of phpVirtualBox on Debian Linux.

First, we need to install apache2 and php support:
# apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5 apache2 unzip wget
Next, we need to download phpVirtualBox. Please update your download link if necessary:
$ wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/phpvirtualbox/phpvirtualbox-4.3-2.zip
Next, we will unzip and move the phpVirtualBoxcode into root directory of our apache2 webserver directory.
# unzip phpvirtualbox-4.3-2.zip
# mv phpvirtualbox-4.3-2/ /var/www/html/vbox

In this config we will show a quick VNC server/client configuration on Debian Linux Jessie 8. Visit the following page on how to configure VNC on Debian 9 Stretch Linux.

We will be using vnc4server to start a VNC server and xvnc4viewer client to connect remotely. First perform a server installation on the server you wish to remotely connect to:
# apt-get install vnc4server
Next, setup your password. Login as a user you will eventually use to create a remote VNC session and set your password consisting of 6 - 8 characters:
$ vnc4passwd 
Password:
Verify:

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