Spotify is a multi-platform application and digital music streaming service. The objective of this article is to install Spotify on Debian 10 Buster Linux.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to install Spotify prerequisites
  • How to import Spotify public key
  • How to install Spotify on Debian 10

Docker container technology allows for a fast container deployment. The objective of this article is to install Docker on Debian 10 Buster Linux.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to install Docker on Debian 10
  • How to set a Docker administrative privileges to a user

Objective

This article explains a system upgrade procedure from Debian 9 Stretch Linux to Debian 10 Buster.

What's New

  • UEFI Secure Boot
  • AppArmor enabled per default
  • Optional hardening of APT
  • Unattended-upgrades for stable point releases
  • Substantially improved man pages for German speaking users
  • Network filtering based on nftables framework by default
  • Cryptsetup defaults to on-disk LUKS2 format
  • driverless printing with CUPS 2.2.10
  • Basic support for Allwinner A64 based devices
SOURCE: debian.org
Debian 10 Buster Linux System
Debian 10 Buster Linux System

The deb-multimedia repository is an excellent way to get the latest multimedia software on any Debian release. As an added bonus, it comes with a lot more programs that aren't available in the default repositories. In case you were wondering about stability, the repo is owned and maintained by a Debian developer, so everything is stable and compatible.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Import the Repository Key
  • How to Add and Enable the Repo
  • How to Install VLC
  • How to Install Kodi
  • How to Install FFmpeg
  • How to Install DeaDBeeF
  • How to Install libdvdcss2
  • How to Install Handbrake

Even though the AMD drivers are open source, they still depend on closed binary firmware. Therefore, AMD drivers won't work by default on a Debian system. Installing them is fairly simple, though, and so is installing key software like Vulkan.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Enable the Non-Free Repository
  • How to Install the AMD Drivers
  • How to Install Vulkan
  • How to Install OpenCL

In this article you will learn how to install Nvidia driver on Debian 10 Buster from the standard Debian repository. In case that from some reason the installation of the Nvidia driver from the standard Debian repository failed or you simply with to have more up to date Nvidia driver installed this tutorial will also explain on how to install the official Nvidia driver driver directly downloaded from the Nvidia.com website.

To install Nvidia driver on other Linux distributions, follow our Nvidia Linux Driver guide.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to detect your nvidia card model number
  • How to install Nvidia driver from a standard Debian repository
  • How to install Nvidia driver from the official Nvidia package
  • How to disable nouveau driver
  • How to install Nvidia driver complication prerequisites

The unmanaged network issue occurs when on previously GUI less Debian system the GUI and the Network Manager is installed. The reason is that Network Manager has been denied access to network management.

As you will see below, the unmanaged network issue can easily be fixed by editing the main NetworkManager's configuration file /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to grant access to NetworkManager to manage the systems networking
  • How to restart the NetworkManager

Debian Sid often scares away new users. It's called "Unstable" after all, and it's named after the mean kid in Toy Story that broke all his toys. It's got to be horrible, right? Well, that's not the case, most of the time. Sid is no more unstable than the likes of Arch Linux, and with a little planning and common sense, you can run Sid on your desktop with relative safety.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Set Up Apt-Listbugs
  • How to Avoid Making FrankenDebian
  • How to Use Ubuntu PPAs Sparingly
  • How to Plan Your Upgrades

Pantheon is one of the most popular new desktop environments in the Linux world. It was originally created for Elementary OS, but it’s spreading to other distributions. Unfortunately, there are no official packages for Debian. Learn how to install Panthon from a third party repository on Debian.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Install the Required Dependencies.
  • How to Download and Install The Repository.
  • How to Install Pantheon on Debian.
  • How to Install Pantheon Extras on Debian.

Budgie is the popular desktop environment of the Solus OS distribution. It’s quickly gained in popularity and spread around the Linux world. Debian is no exception. Follow these simple steps to install this popular GNOME variant on Debian.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Install Budgie on Debian.
  • How to Start Up Budgie on Debian.

Slack is a hugely popular messaging and collaboration service. While you can sign in and use Slack online, it’s much easier to use Slack straight from your desktop. The Slack developers do officially support Linux, and there is a Debian repository. This guide will use that repository to get Slack set up on your Debian system.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Download The Slack Package.
  • How to Install The Slack Package on Debian.
  • How to Open and Run Slack on Debian.

When you’re running a VPN connection, it’s usually most reliable to run OpenVPN as a service. Somewhat strangely, it’s not that easy to do on Debian when you’re working with a static IP address.

Several systems are in conflict, and it takes a bit of extra care to straighten things out. This guide explains exactly how to set this up reliably.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Install OpenVPN and Resolvconf on Debian.
  • How to Disable NetworkManager.
  • How to Configure Your Static IP.
  • How to Configure OpenVPN.

Lutris is a relatively new addition to the Linux gaming ecosystem, but it has quickly revolutionized everything. Lutris manages how you install and launch games on your Linux system.

It concentrates everything from Steam, Wine, emulators, and everything in between into one place. It also allows you to manage multiple versions of Wine at once, making it the single best tool for Wine gaming

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Add The Wine Repository.
  • How to Install Wine Staging.
  • How to Add The Lutris Repository.
  • How to Install Lutris on Debian.
  • How to Run Lutris.

Debian Stable is extremely stable, but it’s also very slow moving. As a result, you can get stuck with ridiculously outdated software. The backports repositories allow you to install newer versions of some software on your Debian Stable system. This guide explains how to use backports on Debian Stable.

In this tutorial you will learn:
  • How to Add The Debian Backports Repositories.
  • How to Install a Package From Backports.
  • How to Do a Complete Update From Backports.

Introduction

Debian is the universal operating system, but sometimes, it doesn't feel all that universal out of the box. For people looking for a top-notch multimedia experience, Debian might not seem like the best choice because of its free software policies, but it can actually be made into a multimedia powerhouse.

Debian Stretch, when combined with one super powered multimedia repository, is an awesome option for both audio and video playback.

Enable The Repository

The repository in question here is the deb-multimedia repository. It's maintained by a Debian developer, and includes more up-to-date multimedia packages as well as some non-free packages that didn't make it into Debian proper.

In order to add it to your system, add the line below to you /etc/apt/sources.list.
deb http://www.deb-multimedia.org stretch main non-free

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