Last updated on 2022-03-13 Tagged under  #debian   #linux   #bash   #programming 

Script debian-after-install configures a Debian GNU/Linux environment. It is ideally run after the first boot into a minimal install of Debian 11 aka "Bullseye".

A choice of either a server or desktop configuration is available. Server installs packages for a basic console setup, whereas desktop installs a choice of either the Openbox window manager or the Xorg server (with no desktop).

How does it work?

  1. Connect to the internet.
  2. apt install git
  3. git clone
  4. cd debian-after-install
  5. chmod u+x debian-after-install && sudo ./debian-after-install

Source: debian-after-install

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