A programmer and sys-admin living in Indonesia
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).
Microsoft tightened the security of Windows 11 by adding TPM and Secure-Boot as the minimum requirement to install it. This article show how to enable TPM on KVM host and enable Secure-Boot for Windows 11 VM.
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.
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.