The objective is to configure a static IP address on Debian Linux server.
Please note that for Desktop installations it is recommended to use GUI tools, such as network-manager. If you wish to configure your network interfaces directly via /etc/network/interfaces file on your Desktop, make sure you disable any other possibly interfering network configuration daemons. For example, the below commands will disable network-manager:
The objective is to provide you with a simple to follow steps on how to install Elasticsearch on Debian Linux. The guide does not delve into Elasticsearch configuration as this is a tale for another time.
Operating System and Software Versions
Operating System: - Debian 9 (Stretch)
Software: - Elasticsearch 5.2.0
Privileged access to your Debian system will be required
In case you haven't realized already, encryption is important. For the web, that means using SSL certificates to secure web traffic. Recently, Mozilla and Google have gone as far as to mark sites without SSL certificates as insecure in Firefox and Chrome.
The default Debian Linux installation CD/DVD may not contain proprietary firmware (drivers) for your hardware. From this reason, it is up to the user to load this non-free firmware during the Debian Linux installation. This article helps you to prepare your removable media to load missing firmware during the Debian Linux installation.
However, you may consider an yet another, alternative approach in comparison to loading your firmware from the USB drive as described below, which is to use unofficial images containing non-free firmware directly. The unofficial non-free images which inlcude firmware packages for each Debian's release version are available here: http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/unofficial/non-free/cd-including-firmware/
USB drive or other removable media such is SD card etc.