While this guide applies to Linux distributions in general, the commands and package names shown here are specifically for Debian/Ubuntu servers and desktops. In most cases, you’ll just have to adapt the apt command and package name for your distribution… Read More »How to M$ RDP (Remote Desktop) to your Ubuntu Server THE RIGHT WAY!
We can do this easily using curl, Gotify and a crontab one-liner (cronjob)! I’ll show you how! This assumes you already have Gotify installed and set up, you can get the server and app for free on gotify.net (yes it’s… Read More »Get notified on your Android phone when your server starts up
It’s handy to know, so here they are: To restore Pi-hole to the default blocking lists, just delete all the lists but these six five lists. Note: There used to be a sixth list, which is now dead so you… Read More »What are the default Pi-hole block lists?
While VPN’s are great for virtual private networks (hence the name), it is often overkill if you just want to bypass a firewall or get an encrypted tunnel to protect yourself from snooping (e.g. on public Wi-Fi). More often than… Read More »Using an SSH tunnel to bypass firewalls and protecting yourself from snooping
You might want to uninstall GitLab completely and all its data and I’ll show you how! And of course, this will delete everything! sudo gitlab-ctl uninstall sudo gitlab-ctl cleanse sudo gitlab-ctl remove-accounts Now uninstall either gitlab-ce or gitlab-ee with your… Read More »How to uninstall GitLab
Now that we have a Tor bridge running (previous guide), we might want to obfuscate the traffic to look more like normal HTTPS traffic. This is useful for censorship circumvention or if you simply don’t want “spies” knowing that you… Read More »Obfuscate your Tor bridge with obfs4
Annoyed by how slow Tor can be? Host your very own, private bridge somewhere to boost speeds! What is this guide about Whenever you use Tor, your connection goes through three servers. There’s an entry node, a relay in the… Read More »Set up a private Tor bridge to boost speed
You might have tried to just delete the certificate files or some config files manually, and got into errors? Using Certbot to do the task Certbot includes a command, namely “delete” to remove a domain configuration and certificate files for… Read More »Properly remove a domain from Certbot
Like the previous post, but better! So, if you read my previous post you should now know how to run a Minecraft server (vanilla) inside of Docker. The same thing is possible with SpigotMC but requires a slightly different command.… Read More »Minecraft (SpigotMC) Server in Docker