Monitoring the Linky electricity meter

Linky is a “smart electricity meter” from the French power grid operator Enedis. One nice thing about this device is that it automatically reports your electricty consumption. By polling the operator’s portal, one can fetch back its own data. And if the data are then stored in InfluxDB, one can keep a pretty look on its power consumption.

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(sys)Upgrade encrypted OpenBSD 6.5 to 6.6 on Vultr hosting

I run an OpenBSD instance with encrypted root on Vultr VPS since v6.2. It has never been reinstalled. I only used the OpenBSD native upgrade methods. Using 6.5, I used sysupgrade(8). And it went as smooth as expected. Continue reading “(sys)Upgrade encrypted OpenBSD 6.5 to 6.6 on Vultr hosting”

A NomadBSD look for OpenBSD

The other day, I stumbled upon NomadBSD ; a live system for USB drives. I don’t use FreeBSD… but I liked to look of that “(…) desktop system that works out of the box (…)”. So I decided to give a little make up to my already-running-out-of-the-box OpenBSD.

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Renew the Let’s Encrypt certificate for Synology using SSH

When for some reasons, the Let’s Encrypt certificate has not be renewed on your Synology and those bloody stupid Web browsers won’t let you connect to the DSM for “Security Reasons”, you can still count on SSH to solve the problem. Simply run:

# /usr/syno/sbin/syno-letsencrypt renew-all

Where there’s shell, there’s a way.