Debian 10 Installation Guide. Required

Hello Team (HestiaCP)

This is not a Tutorial on how to install HestiaCP or anything else…
I am using VestaCP since 2016 and use it with Ubuntu OS…
Later due to so many issues with VestaCP and non supporting, I’m stucked and messed to solve all the issues and conflicts by searching over the Google and other forums.
Later somewhere on the Github, I found this HestiaCP and just love at first sight.
I check out demo and switched here immediately…

Now the main Topic.
I found that HestiaCP use Debian and I am using Ubuntu since 2016, because I read on many benchmarking sites and forums that Debian has some plus points over the Ubuntu and decided to switch the OS from Ubuntu to Debian.
Everything is OK with Debian except Apache2 Web Server Version, I tried almost all possible ways to get the latest build of Apache2 but instead of getting version 2.4.43, I found 2.4.38 by default…

If anyone can help me over this, I’m really grateful to him/her.
Thanks :blush:.

I’m familiar with Ubuntu but trying to switch on Debian because of So many positive responses and Stability.

And you are done also we are using a different package then the default Apache2

https://launchpad.net/~ondrej/+archive/ubuntu/apache2 so it could be running slight behind…

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Thanks for your help, but I need Apache2 Ver. 2.4.43 on debian 10.
How to do that ?

Install 1.2.0 RC and run apt-get update and apt-get upgrade

Or wait until Monday for the official release and then run

run apt-get update and apt-get upgrade

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@MohdKhan Simply installing HestiaCP 1.1.1 and updating to 1.2.0-RC (as explained in another thread) will result in a Debian 10 server with Apache v2.4.43.

Here is my current test server:

[email protected]:~# cat /etc/debian_version 
10.4
[email protected]:~# dpkg -l|fgrep hestia
ii  hestia                            1.2.0                                                          amd64        hestia
ii  hestia-nginx                      1.17.10                                                        amd64        hestia Nginx
ii  hestia-php                        7.4.6                                                          amd64        hestia php-fpm
[email protected]:~# dpkg -l|fgrep apach
ii  apache2                           2.4.43-1+0~20200511.11+debian10~1.gbpdc0c89                    amd64        Apache HTTP Server
ii  apache2-bin                       2.4.43-1+0~20200511.11+debian10~1.gbpdc0c89                    amd64        Apache HTTP Server (modules and other binary files)
ii  apache2-data                      2.4.43-1+0~20200511.11+debian10~1.gbpdc0c89                    all          Apache HTTP Server (common files)
ii  apache2-suexec-custom             2.4.43-1+0~20200511.11+debian10~1.gbpdc0c89                    amd64        Apache HTTP Server configurable suexec program for mod_suexec
ii  apache2-suexec-pristine           2.4.43-1+0~20200511.11+debian10~1.gbpdc0c89                    amd64        Apache HTTP Server standard suexec program for mod_suexec
ii  apache2-utils                     2.4.43-1+0~20200511.11+debian10~1.gbpdc0c89                    amd64        Apache HTTP Server (utility programs for web servers)
ii  libapache2-mod-fcgid              1:2.3.9-4                                                      amd64        FastCGI interface module for Apache 2
ii  libapache2-mod-php7.3             7.3.19-1+0~20200612.60+debian10~1.gbp6c8fe1                    amd64        server-side, HTML-embedded scripting language (Apache 2 module)
[email protected]:~#
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use this :
sudo apt install -t buster-backports apache2

This should not be needed, the sury repository should already ship the right version (as @kpv already wrote).