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…

network monitoring with munin

This tutorial is for users of Debian who have already established a host with TLS/LAMP and want to create a Munin instance to monitor the host. If you have not yet completed that, please begin with ApacheSurvival. (As always, please refer to the Wiki post here for the latest instructions and documentation.) Okay, as long…

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…

Self-Hosted WordPress

#gnulinux #freesoftware #wordpress As always, check the most recent tutorial on the wiki. This tutorial is for setting up a self-hosted WordPress instance on Debian GNU/Linux. This tutorial assumes you already have a LAMP stack with active TLS. If not, you should read the Apache Survival tutorial first. Once you do that, begin with some…

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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