Digital Learning – Hardware, Software, Workflow & Lifestyle

In the last post, I shared what my fallback teaching methodology is for digital learning classes, but I focused mainly on the pedagogy and not the infrastructure or, guiding framework, underpinning those approaches. I did not talk about what types of software/hardware I use, how those help me work, and why/how I came to choose…

invoice plane

This tutorial is for users of Debian who have already established a host with TLS/LAMP and want to create an InvoicePlane instance in order to create and send invoices to clients. If you have not yet completed TLS/LAMP, however, please begin with ApacheSurvival. (As always, please refer to the wiki for the latest changes/updates to…

fail2ban basics

fail2ban Jonathan Haack Haack’s Networking oemb1905@jonathanhaack.com //fail2ban// This tutorial is designed to help you install fail2ban and get a basic set of configurations in place. As always, these blog posts have an associated wiki post that receives updates and changes: fail2ban wiki post. sudo cp /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf /etc/fail2ban/jail.localsudo nano /etc/fail2ban/jail.local Once inside the configuration file jail.local…

migratewp

#freesoftware #gnulinux #mysql … As always, view the wiki for the most current version. [Update: The context for this tutorial should be explained. I had this tutorial on my site for over a year, and it used to be one line long. It said, execute this command sudo mysql -u root -h localhost -p <…

spfdkimdmarc

#hacking #freesoftware #gnulinux – as always check the wiki for the latest tutorial This tutorial is a bit simpler than the last one. I finally got tired of my email triggering recipients SPAM filters, and worse, I was sometimes flagged by other tech colleagues’ services because of my domains lacking these records. After a bit…

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