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Install AdGuard Home with Docker on a Raspberry Pi 4
The Raspberry Pi is a great little computer you can use for many different things. Unless you need a lot of processing power it’s good enough to be use as a small home server. I’ve decided to use mine for some network related stuff since…
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Log in with ssh key authorization on a Synology NAS
The operating system of a Synology NAS, DiskStation Manager , is a great web-based GUI making it easy for everyone to manage their NAS. However, sometimes it's preferable to access the NAS through SSH instead of the GUI. Logging in with…
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Update Drone CI to latest version
Drone is a great open source CI/CD running in a docker container that is both easy to use and install. Because it runs in a container and doesn’t require a lot of dependencies installed on your system it’s really easy to update to a new…
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How to install and configure Drone CI on a self-hosted server
Drone CI is an open source continues integration and delivery platform built on container technlogoy. It is a lightweight and easy to use solution for testing and deploying your projects. Drone is distributed and run in a Docker container…
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Add HTTP/2 and HSTS to your Nginx site
HTTP/2 has only been out a for a few years but it is certainly time to activate it on your sites now. Compared to the old HTTP 1.1 there are many pros. Requests are downloaded parallel instead of in a queue, greatly improving speed and…
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Add HTTPS to Nginx blocks with Let's Encrypt
Browsing the web unencrypted with only HTTP is not recommended anymore and Google recently started to mark all sites without SSL as “not secure” in their browser Chrome. Adding a certificate to your site used to cost money and often meant a…
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How to install Nginx and add server blocks
If you’ve been working with web servers for a while you’ve probably heard about Apache. It was pretty much the default solution when setting up a new site on a self hosted server a while back. The classic LAMP stack , an acronym for Linux…

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