Another great resource for are vSIDo.org forums but since web2.0 hitting the internet, most of discussion forums lost theirs users and new discussions. Anyway, there is lots of hints and tips inside 👍

RT @zacchiro@twitter.com

« The name brings to mind a distribution, but the Debian project is far more than that; it is an ongoing experiment in democratic project . » Well said! lwn.net/Articles/872710/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/zacchiro/status/14

RT @oylenshpeegul@twitter.com

I ran into a problem installing discord on bullseye, but @gunalabs@twitter.com already had a fix for it. Thanks, Guna!

oylenshpeegul.gitlab.io/blog/p

🐦🔗: twitter.com/oylenshpeegul/stat

Then you can update the other package by excluding problematic package. But don't forget to reset hold package

sudo apt-mark unhold libc6:i386 libc6

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If you are using and want , you can add Fast Track repository (fasttrack.debian.net/) , it not available directly on debian official repo because of upstream on security support are not so good. It better to use / for alternative

If you use flatpak and uninstall some package, thus data still on your machine. use command "flatpak uninstall --delete-data"

It will ask you for the deletion confirmation for each app you uninstalled but haven’t deleted data for.

5. Last tips, consider using LVM or btrfs file system , so you can rollback to the last snapshot if unexciting thing happen :)

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4. Using "sudo apt full-upgrade" will removes packages that become obsolete, but it make your much cleaner. Anyway, you can just use "apt upgrade" to avoid unwanted removal of any packages that you depend on

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2. Install apt-listbugs, apt-listchanges and configure it via "dpkg-reconfigure apt-listchanges" . So you will aware of super critical bugs or important changes when you install new packages or during an upgrade on your / .

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Here some tips for any user who use aka

1. If you go into Stable or Testing thinking that it is stable, it not. when you do come across problems, they will persist for longer compared to Sid. The reason is that upstream fixes go to Sid first

Newer stable released! If you're from , comes out and and join us on matrix/irc on liberachat or on telegram t.me/debianmalaysia

Congratulations and thank you everyone who contributed to development

RT @debian@twitter.com

Debian 11 bullseye has been released! dlvr.it/S5fhzY

🐦🔗: twitter.com/debian/status/1426

Newer stable released! If you're from Malaysia, comes out anf and join us on matrix/irc on liberachat or on telegram t.me/debianmalaysia

Congratulations and thank you everyone who contributed to development

RT @debian@twitter.com

Debian 11 bullseye has been released! dlvr.it/S5fhzY

🐦🔗: twitter.com/debian/status/1426

The server we use for IRC-Matrix-Telegram bridge have been downgrade today. Now it running using 1CPU and 2GB of RAM. It a minimal server but still good enough for bridge purposes, it use Debian Bullseye 👍

Curious on what package version on backport and other release?

Simply, check with rmadison:

$ rmadison <pkg_name> --architecture amd64

Congratulations to @highvoltage@twitter.com aka jcc 👍 hopefully you will be able to monitor and help local group like growth to increase diversity and participations within project like your mentioned here 😊
debian.org/vote/2021/platforms

RT @debian@twitter.com

Congratulations to Jonathan Carter on his re-election to Debian Project Leader! dlvr.it/RxwWzJ

🐦🔗: twitter.com/debian/status/1383

Remember some accidents where someone rm -rf important systems file or project file? The famous one are accidents. If you want to play safe. Install "safe-rm" package and set "rm" alias to "safe-rm - i - v" then reload bash environment.

You can just use "/etc/safe-rm.conf" or set you own rules there. It written using perl. The another alternative are "rmfd" package which written using C is a fork of gnu coreutils

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