Category Archives: Geek Stuff

Raspberry PI open hotspot for your company site(s) only

The problem is really simple, you want/need to give open Wifi to your customers (let’s say inside a shop), but to you own company website (or websites) only. And nothing else, no other resources in the (internal or external) network. … Continue reading

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Btrfs killed ZFS (on my desktops)

Following the latest post about Btrfs, until yesterday both ZFS and Btrfs were running for testing and evaluation purposes, in my primary desktop machine. The outcome was pretty straight forward, i wiped all the ZFS stuff from the disks.  Now, my … Continue reading

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Linux snapshots – apt-btrfs-snapshot

Since a couple (half dozen) of years I have been using the beautiful KDE Desktop in the very well made and supported Kubuntu distribution. As technology progresses and the switch on desktop computers from fast spinning disks to solid state … Continue reading

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My Qmail installation guide reloaded

A couple of years ago I posted my Qmail installation guide, and has expected it served me good when was time to reform to the old mail server. But, i made some changes on this iteration and i think is … Continue reading

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Reverse DNS with djbdns on private IP

Preface: I remember long time ago when i had to mess around with BIND, the old, venerable, security flaws rich history, and of course the not for humans configuration file, name server. I’m so happy that i switched to djbdns … Continue reading

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