Category Archives: Linux

Setup Nextcloud – Ubuntu

Many of the developers at Owncloud left the project in favor of forking a new file share and sync service. So there is no reason why Nextcloud should fail, I’ve followed Nextcloud since their blog post in may and I have been very excited about

Deploy Pritunl on Ubuntu

DESCRIPTION Table of Content : – Step 1. Pre-requisites – Step 2. Install Pritunl – Step 3. Configure Pritunl Step 1. Pre-requisites You will need: Ubuntu server Sudo access Access to port forward on you router Step 2. Install MongoDB & Pritunl First add mongodb

Setup RPI print server with CUPS

Info CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) is a tool there is allowing you Raspberry Pi to act as a network printer, and the tool will of course work on other systems aswell. You can manage Classes, ques, filter and so much more with CUPS and

Password-less SSH access

This is mainly a note to myself because I keep forgetting these two very simple steps, it is only two commands and then you are good to go. Well as the headline says we are going to create an SSH connection without having to enter

Setup & Configure Graylog2 – Centos 7/ RHEL

Graylog2 is a centralized log management system. It is based on Elasticsearch and MongoDB, and are able to analyze and aggregate log messages from multiple sources. I don’t think it would be wrong to say that Graylog2 is one of the big players when it

Change Python version – CLI- linux

There can be various reasons to change the python version you are currently using. I had to change mine so i could write in Python 2.7.xx and run it with the terminal. It is a fairly simple process. First navigate and use _ls -l _

GPG Encryption – Password – Linux(CLI)

Step 1. Create test file Lets make a test file first.

Step 2. Encrypt now that we have created our test file the lets encrypt it with a password You should create a strong password!

you will be prompted to enter a

Setup Spacewalk | CentOs 7

Spacewalk is a Linux server management tool where you can deploy VM’s install packages and keep your system up to date. Everything in this tutorial is done as root Add repositories Enable epel repositories

Enable the JPACKAGE repo

Add the following lines and

Setup Fail2ban with Owncloud 8.1.0

For security reasons it it a good idea to setup fai2ban on you Owncloud server in the matter of facts it should be by law! It will prevent bruteforce attacks. For an example it can set a limit for unsuceed logins, so it somone try’s