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  1. Re: Anyone with experiences of backing up Databases?

    @LHammonds and @SeijiSensei -- the examples you have posted are really helpful and they give me a lot to think about. I guess my first priority as this is a home project is making regular backups of...
  2. Anyone with experiences of backing up Databases?

    I have home docker bitwarden_rs project. It's really neat to play with. Like many web applications it stores its data within a backend database. I'm not sophisticated enough at this moment to run a...
  3. Re: Automatically change ownership to plex:plex when copying to Plex folder?

    @TheFu


    Excellent demonstration and explanation. I have to say I'm guilty sometimes for forgetting the purpose of the sticky bit. I just don't use it all that often. I you could give followup...
  4. [server] Re: Canonical Livepatch Service versus automatic-updates cron job

    Do you need a High Availability setup? Clustering?
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    [ubuntu] Re: VNC to remote system

    I really like x2go. Give that a try.
  6. Re: Does anyone have proper instructions on how to generate self-signed TLS certifica

    So I totally figured this one out.

    Here is my new openssl.conf file



    [ca]
    default_ca = my_ca

    [ my_ca ]
  7. Re: Does anyone have proper instructions on how to generate self-signed TLS certifica

    Hey thanks for help. Here is the openssl.cnf file I'm using. Do I need all these for certificate generation:

    [ca]
    default_ca = my_ca

    [ my_ca ]
    dir =...
  8. Re: Does anyone have proper instructions on how to generate self-signed TLS certifica

    Is there anything fundamentally dependent or different between server and client certs? I thought server had to have FQDN as the CN with SANS listing possible other names. I'm not sure how a client...
  9. Does anyone have proper instructions on how to generate self-signed TLS certificates?

    ím using OpenLdap docker image and trying to create TLS client and server certs. Iím not sure if the process of creating self-signed TLS certs in unique to openLDAP, however I can get the client to...
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    Re: I mean, why though?

    Perhaps you should be asking why not? If they want to release an Edge browser so be it. Linux I thought was all about choice.
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    Re: Cannot print until I flush iptables

    Hmm I dont know about nftables -- always used iptables. Glad you got if figured out.
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    Re: DNS Name blocking security isn't enough

    So don't use Google DOH then? Just curious if this were an option.
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    [server] Re: Nginx 1.14 Support on Ubuntu 18.04

    Nice workflow -- I'm not sure at home I take so many precautions however its good someone espouses a very safe way to do this.
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    Re: Kernel 5.9 RC (Release Candidate) series

    @DougS

    That was a really nice reply. Thanks for taking the time to explain all of that stuff.
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    [lubuntu] Re: Router/modem hacking concern?

    What kind of router do you have?
  16. [SOLVED] Re: How to setup Apache site config to allow url routing on internal IPs.

    You need a DNS override or NAT reflection on your router to do what you want. I never knew what these things were until I installed pfsense and used that as my router. Basically you need to ditch...
  17. SSH and customizing use of 2FA based on user...Is this possible?

    Based on the recently exploits of ssh as discussed on ArsTechnica https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2020/08/new-p2p-botnet-infects-ssh-servers-all-over-the-world/, I went ahead on a few...
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    Re: Kernel 5.9 RC (Release Candidate) series

    What does HWP actually target? Why would I want to make these changes or stay with the defaults? I understand your workaround which is pretty straightforward but just an in general question of why...
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    Re: Many ports on my router's IP are open

    Make sure you scan your router based on LAN and WAN address or scan router from your phone when phone not connected to wifi. It will give you a better sense of what is open to the outside world and...
  20. Re: Where to Start on GuFW (or any FW for that matter)

    From your description I think you wanting a more "application" based firewall than a port based firewall. UFW/iptables/GUFW are "port" based firewalls where you deny/allow things based on port/IP...
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    Poll: Re: Choice of Root File System

    I really like ZFS as I've been using it with FreeNAS and BSD for a few years and most recently with my Arch installs over the last year. ZFS and specifically ZOL has come a long way in the last year...
  22. [all variants] Re: Full encryption for Ubuntu: Why isn't this taken seriously?

    Is it really a big deal that /boot isn't always encrypted? I think some of the problems may be with the various boot loaders themselves. I don't think some of the boot loaders are compatible with...
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    Re: Linux Mint ditches Snap and Snapd

    Is Mint turning to Flatpack? I thought the major driving force for Mint to ditch snap was because Canonical is the sole source for the packages. It's essentially a closed system.
  24. Re: The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    It seems like a better solution for the IoT crap would be at the router/firewall level -- however if your router is 10 years old likely this isn't going to work. I agree that making internet facing...
  25. Re: The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    Do you really think abandonware products became "botnet farms"?
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