With raspbian there is a ready-to-use Debian variant available for the Raspberry Pi 2. But since Debian itself already has great support for the armhf architecture, it is perfectly possible to run stock Debian on the Raspberry Pi 2. Here is how a bootable image of Jessie can be created.
One of the neat things in IT is that answers to a lot of questions can be found on the internet. Public documentation, forums and blogs contain lots of valuable information and if you face a problem it’s likely that some other people struggled with it before and already found a solution.
This blog is the place where I will post about issues I faced and where simple solutions were not available yet on the internet or did not fit my needs. So, yet another IT related blog… But hopefully it will be of value for some people, just as a lot of other blogs have been of value for me.