Wakapi is a minimalist, self-hosted WakaTime-compatible backend for coding statistics. It’s cross platform (Windows, MacOS, Linux) and can be self-hosted to your local computer or your own server, so your data is really yours. This article will guide you how to run Wakapi on Linux operating system.
I will permanently close my services such as the Monero Public Node (mainnet, stagenet, and testnet), Peertube and Mastodon as of June 25, 2023.
To support the Reddit blackout movement, my Libreddit instance will be inaccessible for unknown period of time and I will closely monitor the situation and provide updates regarding the duration of the blackout and any developments that may arise.
This article contains information about how to import your WireGuard VPN config to your Android, iOS/iPhone, MacOS, Windows and Linux machine.
To manage WireGuard peers (client) on a single server easily, you can use WireGuard-UI, a web-based user interface to manage your WireGuard setup written in Go.
This article will guide you to setting up your own WireGuard VPN server using Ubuntu 22.04 server on a cheap ~$6 VPS and use it as your internet gateway.
Unlike before that using DNS filtering, several upstreams have performed a TCP Reset Attack to block access to websites that are considered illegal. And why you (especially Indonesian) should care for this mess.
If you following my article about How to install Misskey in Ubuntu 22.04 (Manual NodeJS and PM2 without Docker), you may encounter some problem when trying to update your Misskey instances.
Misskey is an open-source social media platform that has been making waves in the world of fediverse enthusiasts. As someone who has recently discovered Misskey, I can confidently say that it has quickly become my favorite social media platform. From its customizable interface to its community-driven approach, Misskey offers a unique and refreshing experience for users.
A few days ago, I tried to “talk” with ChatGPT by OpenAI, discussing many things from the cost of cloud computing to quantum computer. I’m impressed with the ability to translate human language despite of my messy grammar and typos during conversation.
In the previous article, I wrote about how to automate CyberPanel git push without it’s default Git Manager feature, today I like to share a way to automatic backup CyberPanel websites to S3-compatible Storage without CyberPanel Cloud.
So, inspired from Jerry Ng’s Ghost backup script which can be used to backup single blog site to remote storage using
rclone, I write this script that can be used to automatic backup multi Ghost blog on the same server to remote AWS S3 compatible server (in this case Minio) using Minio-CLI.
timvisee/send is a fork Mozilla’s discontinued Firefox Send, a file sharing experiment which allows users to send encrypted files to other users. So, this fork is a community effort to keep the project up-to-date and alive.
When I tried CyberPanel’s Git Manager feature, I ran into some problems. One of them is error that said: “You are not authorized to access this resource” (even I following the exact same step of it’s official community guide).
Commento is open-source privacy-focused commenting platform, It’s fast, bloat-free and can be self-hosted. This article guide you to install required dependencies like PostgreSQL (Ubuntu 20.04), setting up required Commento configuration and it’s SystemD to start the server automatically on when the system boot up. Additionally (but recommended), use Nginx as reverse proxy to serve Commento instance using HTTPS.
A few days ago, I received an email from Plex (an American streaming media service and a client–server media player platform) informing me that they had a data leak. They ask their users to be aware of an incident involving their Plex account information.
I use Virt-Manager (Virtual Machine Manager GUI for
libvirt) to easily manage virtual machine on my personal laptop. It’s easy and works great for “normal use” of KVM/QEMU. But, you may need to do little extra steps to be able to share data between host and multiple Linux guests.
Sometime, I get a problem when running Tor daemon under Linux Container, usually related to AppArmor after I upgrade the system. Meanwhile, my Tor service needs to be turned on all the time and reachable to all my “workers” who fetch
.onion addresses listed on my Monero remote node monitoring service.
Dear future me who read this: Yes, you read it right. I’m running Matrix Synapse on HP Pavilion g7 Notebook PC (g7-1260us). When this article is published, it’s 11 years old laptop with broken battery, 4GB DDR3-1333 RAM and Sandy Bridge CPU (i3-2330M), plus the fan on the CPU headsink is not working.
I am interested in researching the phenomenon of “trading bots” which has recently gone viral in Indonesia. There are several trading bots that have been proven to be scams and some still expected to be able to return to their activities again. At first I thought it would be a little difficult and take a long time, but it doesn’t seem like it will take that long.
Regarding my previous post about MikroTik, DNS-over-HTTPS and AdGuard, there is one product that I actually used several years before.
I was using PiHole as DNS forwarder and DNS sinkhole of my main DNS servers (BIND). During 4 years using PiHole, I rarely experienced significant problems in maintenance, upgrade or troubleshoot process. In terms of reliability, I think PiHole definitely deserves a mention.
Before I begin, I’d like to tell you that in Indonesia, every ISP need to follow government policy. One of those policy is to block millions of website which according to them fall into specific category like porn, pirates, gambling, hate speech, scam and drugs.
Since the Monero remote nodes that I monitor are increasing and my page that displays a list of Monero remote nodes MAY contains Google AdSense (where very likely track users behavior and interests), I decided to create an API endpoint so that power users / developers can use it without visiting my site.
Storj (pronounced as “storage”), is an open-source cloud storage platform, S3-compatible platform and suite of decentralized applications that allows you to store data in a secure and decentralized manner. Basically, it uses a decentralized network of nodes to host user data. The platform also secures hosted data using advanced encryption.
The origin of Monero (timeline, notable event, moment and incident). Note: This article is not done yet, working on progress.