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.

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