This video is a complete overview of one of the most popular and oldest Linux distro out there i.e DEBIAN GNU/LINUX.

This video covers the following :

1) History of Debian

2) Debian Releases

3) Debian Repositories

4) Package Managers

5) Desktop Environments

In the end i will run through the installation of Latest version of Debian GNU/LINUX i.e Debian 8.1 Jessie.

For more information about package managers, check out this video:

For more information about the bootloaders and correct partition scheme, check the following video :

Complete Guide on Desktop Environments:

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42 Comments

Cloud Ready

May 15, 2020

send me wallpaper

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Neon Journal

May 15, 2020

which environment is it during first 16 seconds??

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Sandy

May 15, 2020

Thanks for the video, helped with my server hired from Datasoft Networks www.datasoft.ws

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Butch Cassidy

May 15, 2020

i can't find my bootluda is it even installed? is it can rap?

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Can Ince

May 15, 2020

hi I was wondering, which programme you use while you are doing this video?

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Derek Rowe

May 15, 2020

After I click "graphical install" I get a black screen and it just stays black. Lenovo X1 Carbon 6th gen

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I ran

May 15, 2020

that's how you make your "ex" memory eternal.

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Mano b

May 15, 2020

thanks for sharing , very useful for my server subscribed from www.datasoft.ws

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Илья Коньков

May 15, 2020

How install debian from live iso from hdd?

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silversurfer12371

May 15, 2020

"….. the GNU part is ONLY a collection of software." says the Indian boy speaking in this video. What? The Linux kernel is a mere 15 or 20% of the whole entire Operating System. The rest is the GNU system which comprises 83% or so of the rest of the whole entire OS.

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「ヨーコ」

May 15, 2020

Actually the newest version of Debian as of now is 9.4

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shiva shankar

May 15, 2020

thank you for uploading video it was very helps to me.iam one of the client of datasoft networks i have dedicated server Linux based visit datasoft.ws.

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Huy Võ Lê

May 15, 2020

You didn't have problem about Firmware/DHCP …. ???

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Harsh Modi

May 15, 2020

Very informative video
But what is a network mirror ??

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Tuna Tezer

May 15, 2020

4:14 What DE is that

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vip Hdmi

May 15, 2020

I love in GNU/Linux I'm free

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Sandy

May 15, 2020

Thanks for the video, I was able to use it for my server rented from datasoft
http://datasoft.ws

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REEMZET

May 15, 2020

Hey Vinit sir are you from Gaya?

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Sandy

May 15, 2020

Thanks for the video, I was able to use it for my server rented from datasoft http://datasoft.ws

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It's Jboy

May 15, 2020

It's annoying when people call it gnu it's G.N.U (GNUs Not Unix) Nice video 😉

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HoneyChai

May 15, 2020

good job. thank you. now I will install Katoolin 🙂

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Sandy

May 15, 2020

Great video, Thanks for uploading, it is very informative and helped me a lot!.I just
bought preinstalled linux server from www.datasoft.ws

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Riberto

May 15, 2020

Nice video, very informative and straight to the point.
I wish I had something like your video the very first time I tried to install Debian.
I have now been a full-time Debian user since 1998.
Thanks for your post.

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Mo Al

May 15, 2020

great video, thanks for sharing

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Artisankat Studios

May 15, 2020

That intro music was just horribly non adjusted for volume.

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Alan Mešanović

May 15, 2020

Debian GNU/Linux (Xfce) is my operating system! Just sayin'. 🙂 And people should use network mirror whenever possible.

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Duong V Nguyen

May 15, 2020

HELPPP the network autoconfig failed. What should I do guys?? :/

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BfreeShopTv

May 15, 2020

What software did you use to edit this video? Very good.

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Ekundayo Abiona

May 15, 2020

@XPSTECH What software did you use in making this video commentary?

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Leo

May 15, 2020

at the beginning of the video, what dock is that and how can i have that cpu monitor widget kind of thing?

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Leo

May 15, 2020

can i choose multiple desktop environments?

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Vikrant Chauhan

May 15, 2020

you seems to be huge fan of Linux then why you work on mac .just curious cause you explain very well each and everything of linux

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DJO Coeur

May 15, 2020

Debian 8.6 is the most stable Linux I've tried, and it deals better with Nvidia video cards than Ubuntu and others IMHO

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Sergiu1121

May 15, 2020

The animations are on spot. And really informative too. Thanks for the video.

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Edwin Thoma

May 15, 2020

Sir, I have Debian 8.6. What, if any, is the difference from 8.0, 8.1, etc.?

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Chuck Norris

May 15, 2020

you are lucky your name is not suckdeep

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Felipe Àlvarez Manzanilla

May 15, 2020

Amazing video, Thank you very much I could install Debian. Do you know where can I get Debian manuals? apart from the official website

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Jacob Thompson

May 15, 2020

Thanks for this great video! I just have one question and hopefully someone can help me out. What is the Linux distribution, desktop environment or theme you use at 0:23?

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David Mishler

May 15, 2020

Excellent video! Concise, uncluttered, informative and unbiased. My only experience with Linux was back in the Mandrake – Win98SE days. Had I spent all those years learning Linux instead of continually reloading windows after a viral attack, I would probably be approaching your skill level by now. Win 8.1 really pissed me off, and the forced updates of Win 10 has driven the final nail into Microsoft's coffin. Renewed interest in Linux recently began with Qubes OS, but I couldn't get it to install properly. Investigation of the most popular releases on YouTube videos invariably yields systems based on Debian or RedHat. Debian strikes me as the most stable, popular, and compatible OS. The UEFI on my Lenovo G51-35 and the AMD APU present my only remaining concerns for loading Debian. Windows will find a new home inside a VM as a servant, with Debian as its master.

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X152535

May 15, 2020

Linux is just awful. Its ok for a backend system where users don't have to interface with it. The bash system itself is also now quite dated and obsolete. So that command line strength is not so much a strength. Many companies have made the mistake of going to Linux but they always come back to Windows. Windows is not good but its like a kid in class that passed with 1 mark when everyone else failed!

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SomeDude

May 15, 2020

thank you so much for the history, this is awesome information.

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Kirby

May 15, 2020

Thank you. I hope you do more similar videos on other distros. I like that you mentioned the history and other details of the distro. I like that it was short, to the point, and also informative; not dragged on.

I was specifically looking for informative explanation of the installation process and at the end of your video, you delivered! and more! I subscribed and will be looking forward to watching your other linux videos! 🙂

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