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Installing IRAF/PyRAF from the (Debian) repository directly

IRAF has become lately available through Debian‘s repositories. So I was curious to see how it works. But I was missing the right moment. About a month ago, I finally found the proper motivation so I went on to install it. As always … there were a few, minor, problems. Thanks to John K. we […]

Fixing GPG error “NO_PUBKEY”

In Debian, Ubuntu and similar distros that use the APT (Advanced Package Tool – which is a set of tools for managing Debian packages / applications), to update the system you need to run: sudo apt update This will read all repositories (as they are listed in /etc/apt/sources.list and under /etc/apt/sources.list.d/) and checks if everything […]

Installing Debian on Lenovo Thinkpad Carbon X-1 (Gen 6)

It is exciting to have a new machine, such the Lenovo Thinkpad X-1, but the process for setting it up can be a bit tedious. So this is a small guide what worked or didn’t through my small experience in installing Debian linux. [Just for the fun of it I proceeded with the installation of […]

Installing IRAF on Ubuntu

Installing IRAF can always be a huge problem. Many pages exist explaining all the necessary steps to install it but I have never tried to follow these (like Rubab’s tutorials for 32 and 64 bit Ubuntu/Debian, Michael Hutchinson’s tutorial for 64 bit Ubuntu – these tutorials explain how to install 32 bit IRAF in 64 […]