Debian

QUESTIONS MUST BE PROGRAMMING RELATED

Ubuntu

GENERAL UBUNTU SUPPORT IS OFF-TOPIC

Version stable newer

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"Debian 9 stable at the moment uses and older version than ubuntu 18.04 stable at the moment and debian unstable"

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Installation Requirements for mysql with DBIish on rakudo-star docker image

"This is because ubuntu 15.10 uses a newer version of libc and libstdc++ which is not available on debian 8"

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Could not find Qt platform plugin 'xcb' on Debian 8.3

"As for debian being more stable than ubuntu for using as server it can be true in very rare occasions where the package is very obscure"

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System external libraries

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"And people do install on people ubuntu system some external libraries so you need to search a lot more than what ubuntu contains and i won t be surprised if ubuntu or debian are large enough to already have conflicting libraries"

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How to prevent name space collision with existing libraries

"A debian or ubuntu system contains more python packages but the apt-get packages are specifically tuned for your system"

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Installing python modules in GNU/Linux

Kernels harder tools

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"In ubuntu it is a bit easier to install packages for java development but it doesn t really matter that much;remember that ubuntu is based on debian so it works the same"

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Which os is better for development : Debian or Ubuntu?

"Recompiling ubuntu kernels is harder -- recompiling ubuntu kernels will require working with debian build tools"

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File Access (read/write) synchronization between 'n' processes in Linux

Wheezy smaller recent

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"I believe ubuntu is smaller debian wheezy smaller still or even alpine for tiny start point"

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How do you add items to .dockerignore?

"I m in debian wheezy which is much more recent than ubuntu 10.04"

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Why does Linux grep not give the correct count for line breaks?

Others

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Emember that ubuntu is based on debian so it works the same;ubuntu just adds more user-friendly gui s

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Which os is better for development : Debian or Ubuntu?

For instance in a debian 6 system i see the mcomplexprogramtarget macro used only in the motif.rules file which in turn is included from cde.rules and that is not included by any of the platform-specific imake files;since it is unlikely that op has motif installed on ubuntu it seems more likely that this was cut paste from some example which was originally written for motif for solaris back in the 1990s when cde was supported

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Get "Makefile:1056: *** missing separator. Stop." while use make

Debian 9.3 is current but that probably matters much less than debian being tested less than ubuntu

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Rust on Debian 9.2 Error due to Impure Library

Ubuntu heavily relies on python scripting and generally consumes more resources than debian

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Linux distribution for a programmer's private server

I have to create a temp table at some point in order to present the data and what is really strange is that on the ubuntu system it takes 400 ms response from browser and on the debian it takes more than 10 seconds

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Mysql creation of temp table very slow

Is it because a compiled python code under debian is not compatible with ubuntu or am i doing a personal mistake like missing library etc.

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Is compiled python file under debian is compatible with ubuntu

Some deductions on the matter i understand that ubuntu is based on unstable debian so stable debian is better for production

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Run occ as your http user | Owncloud 9 on Debian Jessie

Ubuntu has nicer frontend and could be more suitable for windows emigrants while debian is more for backend guys

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Linux Setup Machine for PHP/MySQL Development

Ubuntu is far less conservative than debian so you will get closer to the bleeding edge

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Solaris/FreeBSD vs. Linux for Java development

The packages provided by ubuntu debian do not automatically install all dependencies required for every module so i had to hunt down a solution between stackexchange google and the developers website;what fixed this for me note on debian not centos was installing the following packages

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Pecl_http failed to load

Reference from here link for ntp commands as i am more familiar with ubuntu debian based commands

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Centos7 AMI need to sync the time from Amazon ntp server

The main advantage of the debian image is the smaller size รข it clocks in at around 85.1 mb compared to around 200 mb for ubuntu

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Docker AUFS... underlying fs... optimization by mount option?

Note the below test results are on debian;testing on ubuntu wsl is indeed much worse

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Segmentation fault when creating multiprocessing array

This is quite common with debian based systems whereas most ubuntu has one running at all times

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Ssh-agent issues when running on heroku

Since ubuntu 10.10 is newer than debian squeeze if you can do it on squeeze you can certainly do it on ubuntu

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Python 2.7 on Ubuntu

This also might be fixed solved in the git add mechanism in more up to date versioning i vaguely remember tracks files in directories adding tracks files in directories own .gitignore files to empty directories so i d really recommend trying to upgrade to the highest git versioning you can for that and other benefites your distro may provide by default an older versioning as ubuntu and debian do

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How to use Git for updating my directory and other contents?

Can anyone help me to clear my doubts - why debian os takes less time for context switching although ubuntu is based on debian kernel

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Why Context Switch time is different for different Linux OS but on same hardware?

Unfortunately this ends up causing you a problem because ubuntu adopted all these packages from debian but doesn t support them in the same way as debian does and debian packagers seem to feel put upon to be asked to support these ubuntu users;so ubuntu user goes to main exim list and is told to ask their packager for help

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Exim configuration - accept all mail

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