Get your own Git Server using OpenBSD

When you want to host your code using Git but want to keep it secret, you can setup a Git service on your OpenBSD server. You’re then able to access it through the Wild Wild Web using SSH and don’t have to pay GitHub to expect privacy.

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Backup the Mac on Ubuntu

I backup my MacBook using Time Machine. But the storage is available from a Linux (Ubuntu 16.04) workstation. Here’s how to publish some storage to provide backup space to the Mac.

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DSM on QNAP TS-453mini

Because I was unpleased with power management using QTS 4.3beta, I decided to see what Synology DSM would do on the QNAP TS-453mini. I installed DSM 5 using XPEnology. It’s not clear if that’s legal or not. But as it is just there to decide if I keep the QNAP or buy a real Syno… 🙂

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OAMP – Apache using FastCGI Process Manager on OpenBSD

Once upon a time, there was a way to run PHP with Apache on OpenBSD using the php-*-ap2 package. At that time, OpenBSD shipped with home-patched Apache 1.3 and provided Apache 2.x as a package. Since then, Apache 1.x was dropped from base, replaced with httpd(8) and ports gave the opportunity to run either Apache 1.x or Apache 2.x. This…

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