I tested some solutions I found over the internet, but some were too hard and time consuming and some others didn’t work as expected.
The whole idea is to make changes to the .iso image or the image already transferred to a bootable USB stick, in order for grub to send all output to the serial port. I used many tools and many ways to do this and I found a simple solution that suited me. What I did was quite simple.
First, use Rufus (and only Rufus) to transfer the .iso image to your USB stick. Use the default settings and transfer the .iso image.
Then, there are some file changes. All the changes/additions are marked with bold. The position of the changes matters, so be careful. Below are the final files that worked. Continue reading
Again without the use of docker…
First install qbittorent.
apt-get install qbittorrent-nox
Create a user.
As the title states. This solution is without the use of docker. It is just a straight forward installation of Nextcloud 18.0.3 on OMV 5 using Nginx (php-fpm) with PHP 7.3 that is already installed and MariaDB as our database server. In order to work on port 80 or port 443, we will have to change the OMV web ports to 8080 and 8443. You can achieve this via “General settings” on the OMV web interface. This guide asumes that Nextcloud will user ports TCP/80 and TCP/443. Everything that is marked RED, needs your attention.
Let’s start with some packages.
apt install mariadb-server php-xml php-cli php-cgi php-mysql php-mbstring php-gd php-curl php-zip wget unzip php-imagick php-intl php-gmp -y
Download nextcloud and place it on folder /var/www
mv nextcloud /var/www/
chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/nextcloud/
chmod -R 755 /var/www/nextcloud/
These are the steps that I followed, in order to make a DHCP server in Debian 9 Stretch.
First of all we need to assign an IP address on our main ethernet interface. For this guide, I will use interface enp0s2. So we have to edit the file /etc/network/interfaces and add the following :
iface enp2s0 inet static
Then we need to download our dhcp package.
sudo apt install isc-dhcp-server
LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project), adds thin client support to Linux servers. Just imagine PCs without a hard drive, running linux over the network. Pretty cool!
So what do we need to accomplish that ?
We just need a DHCP service (with specific options like 66, 67, 17), a linux box running the LTSP server and some client PCs connected to the same network. You will find many guides on the internet on how to install a LTSP server. All guides install the DHCP server on the same box. Also they are using DHCP proxy etc. My case has a DHCP server working on mikrotik routerOS.
So, in this guide, I assume that my local network is 192.168.1.0/24, my mikrotik device is the gateway of the network and has an interface (ether1) with IP address 192.168.1.1 and my linux box has the ip address 192.168.1.10 and runs ubuntu server 16.04. Continue reading
Today, for troubleshooting purposes, I needed to capture traffic from a Mikrotik wireless access point that I have. Mikrotik devices have a build-in tool called Packet sniffer, which does exactly what I need but what if I had these captures on a remote PC ?
Well we can accomplish this and have the captures on wireshark. All we need is network connectivity, of course, between the Mikrotik device and the PC running wireshark. I am using wireshark 2.2.7 by the way.
For the past 3 days, I was looking for a way to make changes to the classic’s theme CSS. As an amateur, I thought that if I make the changes I want to the files that are located on the _dev directory inside my theme, changes will be converted to CSS……. WRONG !!!
So I started looking harder. There are many solutions on the internet. Some almost worked, some not, some were to complicated to understand. After spending hours and hours o this, I final made it. So here it goes.
Due to issues reported, I had to re-write this guide. This time all certificates are generated by mikrotik routerboard. I use openssl just to create the .p12 personal information exchange file for the android client.
Mikrotik routerOS used : 6.41.1
Android version used : 7
First we have to create some SSL certificates. A CA, a server certificate and a client certificate. Let’s start with the CA. Replace XX and xxxxxx with your information :
add name=ca-template common-name=myCa key-usage=key-cert-sign,crl-sign days-valid=3650 key-size=2048 country=XX state=xxxxxx locality=xxxxxx organization=xxxxxx unit="Certificate Authority"
sign ca-template name=myCa
set myCa trusted=yes
Dump1090 is an ADS-B decoder and it is used with the RTL-SDR dongle. Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast or ADS-B is the system that is used by aircrafts to transmit their GPS position. Dump1090 receives this information from the RTL-SDR dongle and prints out the location of the aircraft on google maps.
This guide will cover the installation of dump1090. To work, you neet to have the RTL-SDR dongle and of course an antenna tuned to 1090MHz . Continue reading
If you suddenly loose Internet access, you can play an endless running game. This only works if your computer isn’t connected to the Internet.
Meet T. Rex. He shows up when Chrome can’t connect to the Internet. It looks like this: Continue reading