For getting email alerts and statuses from my servers, I use MSMTP to connect to an email address in the cloud, rather than dealing with setting up a full MTA. The configuration is very easy in comparison to running something full blown like exim.
So I bought myself another one of the Elegoo 2.8″ touchscreen LCD modules recently, and decided to have a deeper dive into the code. I looked through the examples and I thought “This looks very similar to code from Adafruit.” You can download the original “tutorial” files from Elegoo directly
A better way to do this – Update: 2021-06-28 Someone has put together a patched kernel for Proxmox to let people run passthrough on their HP servers, it’s available on GitHub as a .deb download for direct install or you can build it from their sources yourself. Visit kiler129’s relax-intel-rmrr
I’ve since added a new amount of file extensions that I would recommend that people running mail-servers also block. Originally I only blocked a few attachments. However now I’ve added a few more based on suggestions from various sources including extensions that Microsoft recommends to block for users of their
This is a quick post to showcase our HiFiPi. I’ll try and update it in the future, but knowing me I’ll probably forget. The software I used is called Volumio and it’s available here. They have some additional features available as a subscription service which you might like, but the
It seems 2020 hasn’t been a good year for many people and again we’ve lost a lot of people we care about. None more so than our friends in the transgender community. A community of people who often face disadvantage. Normally I’d write grandiose passages to speak of hope but
Since I appear to have angered the all-knowing wordpress.org spam detector, they wouldn’t allow me to post my review, so I thought I’d post it on my own site. I really want to like this plugin, but the nag screen is incredibly annoying The features I need are well covered
I wrote a nice little script to fix a problem I’ve been having with my work VOIP phone. It would lose connection but the screen wouldn’t let you know it had. I didn’t notice that it hadn’t been connected for *two* weeks until someone left a voicemail. The phone did
This is a little guide (currently under construction) for how I handle encrypted disks on Linux. This won’t be the ultimate ‘tin foil hat’ guide, as the attack vector this is intended to protect from is physical theft of the hardware, so that the data can’t be accessed from elsewhere.