Reference:http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6675373/bundle-command-not-found-in-linux-debian Supposed you have already installed ruby and rubygems in Debian, and install bundler using gem install command, however when you are trying to get bundle update you got an error which says bundle command not found. The path to bundler is at /var/lib/gems/1.8/bin Use these bash lines:
You have been tasked to set up a Linux server, you have just installed the core packages of debian with debian small CD. After installation is completed, you download two rootkit checkers: apt-get update #To ensure you have the latest package database. apt-get upgrade #To ensure you have the latest package with security holes patched. … Continue reading Debian: Checking your Linux for potential rootkit
You are using Debian, you installed wireshark, launched it and found that there was no interface (under interface list) for wireshark to capture; you checked /etc/group and did not find a group known as wireshark, then it is most likely libpcap-dev not installed. sudo apt-get install libpcap-dev sudo dpkg-reconfigure wireshark-common. A ncurse screen appears asking … Continue reading Wireshark for Linux: No interface is listed.
After intalling Arch Linux from tty until desktop environment several times I decided to install a very stable Linux distro, the grand daddy of a lot of distribution including Linux Mint (in fact it seems Mint is the grandson of Debian, since Mint is based on Ubuntu). The difference of distribution if I use package … Continue reading Debian Linux: About Xorg