Debian 7.0 “Wheezy” are going to be succeeded by Debian 8.0, that goes to be developed beneath the codename of “Jessie” as revealed in a mailing list message.

On Friday there was an email from the Debian release Team to supply a standing update on the Debian Wheezy bugs and other problems. Ending the e-mail though was a surprise which was the codename announcement for Wheezy’s successor.

The Jessie codename comes somewhat as an upset as earlier this month Debian Zurg or Debian Shark were the doubtless contenders as the release to succeed “Wheezy” in an exceedingly few years time. As so much as what Debian 8.0 Jessie will provide, some details were shared earlier this month in my notes from DebConf 12 Managua.

Debian 7.0 Wheezy is scheduled for release in 2013. Debian 8.0 Jessie should be out around 2015.

Most of Linux distributions comes with Linux Auditing Technique that makes it feasible to track file changes.

It’s a useful functionality for sysadmins who need to know who and when  changed sensitive files like /etc/passwd, /etc/sudoers or PHP files.

In the following tutorial I will show you how to track changes on your PHP files:

1. Fist step is creating a MD5 file that corresponding with your PHP files from your website. (for example from /var/www/

We will find all php file from /var/www/ and we wll create a MD5 for every file and save that md5 file in /root

find /var/www/  -name “*.php”  | xargs md5sum > /root/md5-debian-tutorials

The file will look like this: Continue Reading…

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