Installing GRUB2 on USB stick on Debian GNU/Linux Bullseye

This quick entry has been created just to document the process needed to install GRUB2 from a running Debian Bullseye, trying to install GRUB2 on USB stick I always get this error: # grub-install /dev/sdb Installing for i386-pc platform. grub-install: warning: Attempting to install GRUB to a disk with multiple partition labels. This is not … Continue reading Installing GRUB2 on USB stick on Debian GNU/Linux Bullseye

Problems after installing Debian GNU/Linux on Thinkpad T470p

In this entry I would like to explain the problem that I faced with my new Lenovo Thinkpad T470p after installing Debian GNU/Linux Buster as a second operating system in the box. I have to notice that I was playing a little bit with Microsoft Window 10 Pro installed by default just to know how … Continue reading Problems after installing Debian GNU/Linux on Thinkpad T470p

Installing i3wm themes on Debian (Buster)

Quick entry explaining the steps that I followed to adapt this guide on Debian Buster. Backup First of all backup your current i3wm configuration, these steps are based on a previous i3wm installation, that depends on where your settings files are located: $ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Debian Description: Debian … Continue reading Installing i3wm themes on Debian (Buster)

Visualizar resonancias del SALUD (imágenes DCIM) en Debian GNU/Linux

Actualización: He encontrado el siguiente enlace en el que aparecen algunas alternativas de visores DCIM para Linux que se podrían probar. El problema Esta entrada la escribo en español porque creo que puede ser útil para personas que estén en la misma situación que yo. Hace unas semanas me realizaron una resonancia en la Seguridad … Continue reading Visualizar resonancias del SALUD (imágenes DCIM) en Debian GNU/Linux

Installing Nike SportWatch GNU/Linux Driver

Long time ago I bought a Nike Sportwatch (sportband) and as I use Debian GNU/Linux at home I wanted to manage my device with Linux. I searched for a Linux driver and I found comsport driver so I decided to give it a chance. You could download the driver from here. $ tar xvzf allcomsport-0.1.tar.gz … Continue reading Installing Nike SportWatch GNU/Linux Driver

Differences between aptitude and apt

Long time ago I discuss with a friend which are the differences between aptitude and apt, well this entry is just a summary of the most useful information what I found about this matter. First of all see which are their descriptions: APT Description: Advanced front-end for dpkg This is Debian's next generation front-end for … Continue reading Differences between aptitude and apt

Workaround to avahi-daemon upgrade in Debian/GNU Linux

This quick entry is about a problem which I had when I upgraded my Debian box, the point is the avahi-daemon package upgrade process it's not possible because it's not able to stop the daemon properly. I looked for information about this trouble and I found these opened bug's 768949 and 768620 but it seems … Continue reading Workaround to avahi-daemon upgrade in Debian/GNU Linux

KVM on Debian GNU/Linux

KVM stands for Kernel based Virtual Machine, is the official virtualization system to Linux kernel, it is implemented as a Linux kernel module and becomes the running Linux in an hypervisor. Without going deeply, the virtualization systems can be divided in some groups: Emulation: VM simulates the full hardware, you can manage new hardware but … Continue reading KVM on Debian GNU/Linux