I performed a successful update through apt-get dist upgrade after changing the configuration files, but I can tell you from experience that Debian testing is essentially worthless. If you want a more modern distro, abandon Debian entirely and use Cent OS, Arch, Fedora, etc. When I got my server in 2006 I investigated what distro to run, and ended up with Debian.Enormous breakage webs, constant breakage, patches for shell shock and heartbleed level bugs take literally two weeks, half-baked configurations, and a thousand other reasons. Those distros are built for new packages and handle them much, much, much more gracefully. Red Hat has left a bitter taste in my mouth after the amount of security issues it had back in the late 90s, early 2000s, but I'm sure they've come a long, long way since then.The Installation Manual contains detailed installation instructions.If you simply want to install Debian, these are your options: You can try Debian by booting a live system from a CD, DVD or USB key without installing any files to the computer.Modifying the boot sector and partition table on a hard-drive is RISKY BUSINESS!
Also this is used by various companies like Netcraft to gather the required information for their statistics.
Well in this case you might want to check my next Apache Tip that will show you how to hide this information.
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# /etc/sudoers # # This file MUST be edited with the 'visudo' command as root.
# # See the man page for details on how to write a sudoers file.