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statgo - Access OS metrics from Golang,
go  golang  stats  cpu  memory  linux  debian  ubuntu  network  metrics  os 
august 2015 by vonc
About - CrunchBang
CrunchBang is a Debian GNU/Linux based distribution offering a great blend of speed, style and substance. Using the nimble Openbox window manager, it is highly customisable and provides a modern, full-featured GNU/Linux system without sacrificing performance.

The primary aim of the CrunchBang project is to produce a stable distribution offering the best possible out-of-the-box Openbox experience. To achieve this goal, CrunchBang pulls many base packages directly from Debian's repositories, which are well-known for providing stable and secure software. Packages from CrunchBang's own repositories are then customised and pinned to the system to produce what is known as the CrunchBang distro.

Put simply; CrunchBang could be thought of as a layer built on top of Debian, specifically to provide a great Openbox experience.
gnu  linux  debian  unix  distro 
january 2013 by vonc
Securing Debian Manual
Ce document décrit la sécurité dans le projet Debian ainsi que dans le système d'exploitation Debian. Il commence par la sécurisation et le renforcement de l'installation standard d'une distribution Debian GNU/Linux. Il couvre quelques tâches courantes telles que la sécurisation d'un réseau utilisant Debian GNU/Linux et il donne également des informations complémentaires sur les outils de sécurisation disponibles ainsi que sur le travail accompli au sein du projet Debian par l'équipe en charge de la sécurité et par l'équipe d'audit.
ssh  administration  manual  server  sysadmin  howto  linux  security  debian 
april 2012 by vonc
Tutorial: setting up Gitlab on Debian 6 – Phusion Corporate Blog
This tutorial teaches you how to setup Gitlab on Debian 6, Ruby 1.9.3, Phusion Passenger and Nginx. It assumes that Gitlab and the git repositories are hosted on the same machine. Your Gitlab installation will be protected by SSL. Your users will be able to pull from and push to your repositories using the ssh:// protocol, but they won’t have actual shell access and you don’t need to have separate system accounts for each user to control access. Gitlab (or to be more correct, gitolite, which Gitlab uses) manages access without system accounts.
nginx  linux  gitolite  gitlab  rubyonrails  ruby  debian  git  -  Fast  Version  Control  System 
april 2012 by vonc

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