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Setup SeaFile with OnlyOffice on one Docker host

A self hosted cloud is something which is interesting for a lot of people nowadays. Whether it be that they don’t like to share their data with a big company or for learning effects just to name a few reasons…. Continue Reading →

DLNA server with MiniDLNA under Linux / Raspberry Pi

DLNA is a great service. With a DLNA server you can distribute videos, music or pictures to almost every Smart TV and / or set top box like an Amazon Fire TV. With DLNA you don’t have to bother if… Continue Reading →

How to setup a 7 Days to Die server under Linux

Setting up a 7 Days to Die server under Linux isn’t as difficulty as you may think. The Steam developer Valve is providing a tool which makes it easier, even for people who aren’t that familiar with the Linux command… Continue Reading →

Monit: An easy to use monitoring solution for Linux

Besides Nagios, Icinga and check_mk there are some other, more slimmer tools to monitor servers. Especially if you are a private person and you want to monitor your vServer, Raspberry Pi or whatever, you may want to use a smaller… Continue Reading →

Prevent / Block package updates under Ubuntu / Debian

Did you know that you can block package updates under Ubuntu and Debian? Let’s say you have a lot of packages installed on your Ubuntu / Debian system and (for whatever reason) you want that specific packages aren’t getting updated… Continue Reading →

SSH as a proxy on Windows, Mac or Linux

You can do a lot of things with SSH besides working securely remote on machines. I’ve already covered at another article how to tunnel (port forwarding) through SSH. This time we’re looking at a way to use SSH as a… Continue Reading →

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