Learn which version of Debian are you running using the command lsb_release: Before starting you probably need to install LSB (Linux Standard Base) to use the command lsb_release which prints information on the system, open a terminal and as root, or using sudo, execute the following commands:

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In this article, we will discuss how to mount a USB drive in a Debian OS in case it is not detected by the system automatically. We have used Debian 10 OS for describing the procedure mentioned in this article. Mounting a USB drive. Step 1: Plug-in the USB drive to any of the available USB ports in your system. Top 5 Reasons to Use Debian - YouTube Jul 30, 2018

We can also use the latest source package to install the wireshark on Ubuntu/Debain & many other Linux distributions. Installing Wireshark using source code on Debian / Ubuntu Systems. Firstly download the latest source package (which is 2.4.2 at the time for writing this article), use the following command,

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