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.
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.
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.
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.
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).