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    [server] Re: Connect to WiFi from command line

    A little off topic -- however why the heck does Ubuntu even use netplan.d since it relies upon systemd-networkd below...why not configure networkd directly? I never understand the rationale for this.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Is there any need Firewall software for Home PC ?

    Frankly I find clam horrible, it slow and ties up the processor. I'm not a security expert but I've never had clamav ever catch anything.
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    Re: Best Virtual Machine

    @DuckHook

    Thanks for mentioning of containers. Great post BTW - really informative and thorough. I'm aware it took awhile to type all the information. I'd only like to add that if/when you...
  4. Thread: Open port Why?

    by kevdog
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    [ubuntu] Re: Open port Why?

    Master to my knowledge belongs to postfix. I've had to alter the master.conf file when setting up postfix in the past.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Isolation on VLAN

    @Geoff_Lane

    I've only really worked with interVLAN routing with pfSense router software. On pfSense you define your VLANs and then use a firewall to control communication or isolation between...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Password Manager Review

    I hear you on this problem. I run into this problem many times for a home lab where you spin something up as a "test" case and months or years later your "test case server" has taken on a life of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Password Manager Review

    Well @DuckHook have you ever thought of using VLANs for network isolation for you Kodi boxes? You'd have to have a capable router and if there is a switch in the mix it would need to be a managed...
  8. Good resource on how to learn Kubernettes??

    I'm interested in learning K8s, or maybe I should start with K3s -- I'm really not certain. Is there a good resource with a lot of examples of how to learn these technologies?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Password Manager Review

    I don't have any background in IT at all and I've heard this statement made from other sources as well. I've a virtualized pfSense WAN router for almost two years. Took me a while to setup...
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    Re: Cannot connect to my ubuntu server

    Hmm with Windows -- if you just install the Ubuntu stuff (not using a VM), I think it will install a base that will include SSH server. If all you need is SSH capabilities, I don't think you have to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Password Manager Review

    Hey sorry about the late review.

    I had Ubuntu or some linux variant installed on a few laptops for years and I can't say other than using the machines I did anything great with my linux...
  12. Re: PC-BSD which later became TrueOS is now DEAD

    Just curious -- why would you want to run BSD as a desktop distro. Yes I'm aware it can be done however this seems like more an edge case than real world use case.
  13. Re: What are you folks doing for self-hosted storage? Recommendations wanted.

    I just run FreeNAS (which is now called TrueNAS core). TrueNAS runs on top of FreeBSD. TrueNas Scale will be available likely in 2022. It will be TrueNAS running on top of a Debian base. I...
  14. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Configured Dns over TLS ..... Is this good for privacy?

    In terms of VLANs, I'm not sure how your Nextcloud setup is configured, however I needed some interVLAN routing. I'm not certain how DD-WRT handles interVLAN routing since if using this combination...
  15. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Configured Dns over TLS ..... Is this good for privacy?

    Hey about that Nextcloud thing -- yeah just stick a VPN in front of it -- and you don't have to worry about opening it up to the world!!
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Can I install WordPress for local-only use on a normal desktop?

    @Paddy Landau

    You ever thought about using a combination of docker containers for wordpress? I'm assuming you'll need a database backend (mariadb or postgresql), a caching redis server, and likely...
  17. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Configured Dns over TLS ..... Is this good for privacy?

    @DuckHook. I use QuadDNS for DOT. This based on a video done at Lawrence Systems which compared the major DNS providers.

    I agree with the overall assumptions of this thread. It's almost...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Implicit vs Explicit trust GnuGP / OpenPGP and Web Of Trust (WoT)

    Yea you can send GPG mail without signing the key although this is probably based on the requirements of the client and not the protocol.
  19. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Configured Dns over TLS ..... Is this good for privacy?

    @DuckHook

    You don't run a pfsense router with built-in DNS resolver? I thought this setup was pretty common now a days for even home users. And yes -- I mean -- Serious!
  20. Re: I want firmware updates for at least 10 years.....Which router should I buy ?

    I'd consider pfsense of opnsense.
  21. [server] Re: Unable to cast correct spell on systemd service to make it wait

    You could create a systemd timer file that calls your systemd service file like 1 min after boot. The example is down the list of responses a ways.
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  22. [SOLVED] Re: If the only client is an Ubuntu desktop is something like IPCop necessary ?

    untangle is another commerically available router/firewall you can look at. It's like pfsense but it runs on Debian.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Isolation on VLAN

    VLAN provides isolation but intercommunication between VLANs requires routing. At the router level there is typically a firewall that can control communication (one way/two way/various ports)...
  24. Re: Server or NAS & Hardware Recommendations

    I'd look at a NAS (I use TrueNAS right now and when TrueNAS Scale is finally done and finished -- its based on Debian as TrueNAS is based on BSD -- i'll be moving to that).

    In terms of VPN -- my...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Server 20.04 - Netplan try / apply breaks after apt update

    Hi -- just another suggestion you might want to try -- its a little bit of a change. After running a bunch of servers on Arch, I've realized netplan is just a frontend for systemd-networkd. I...
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