This is part 2 of my Raspberry Pi as UPS server via the NUT post a while back. I configured my Raspberry Pi to be my NUT server. I have three Cyberpower UPS connected to the RPi via USB cables. To make a node a NUT client, we need to install the nut-client package. Once […]
I use Duplicati to backup my computer and my folks’ computers to my NAS. For now, I found Duplicati very easy to setup and it works on Linux, Mac and Windows and it uses a web browser to manage it. To install Duplicati in Linux, I posted the Duplicati in Fedora. Make sure that download
I am using Timeshift to take a snapshot of my darktower NAS and workstations just in case of the failed upgrade were to occur. I could rollback to the previous snapshot then I am good to go. Preparing the USB drive Preparing an external device such as USB thumb drive for storing the Timeshift snapshots.
I have my Promox to backup the containers and virtual machines on a fixed schedule. I am using an NFS storage as my backup target. I recently encountered this failed container backups not too long ago. The error I was getting is below. To fix the issue, editing the /etc/vzdump.conf file did the trick for
I bought a CyberPower CP1500PFCLCD UPS for my new built NAS. I didn’t get the optional RMCARD205 card which is at the time of this writing cost $160 on Amazon. I could get a new UPS with that price, so I opted out and sticking with the USB option. Now, as the title says, I
I have been thinking to switch to openSUSE Tumbleweed and some of my servers to Leap 15.2. I was playing around with Duplicati and thinking I am going to change the way I do the backup. I usually mount an NFS export from my NAS to the workstation as my Duplicati target. This time I
I have been using Duplicati to backup my families and my computer. I have tried Vorta which is a Borgbackup with UI, Back in Time, and Deja Dup. However, what worked for me was Duplicati because the UI is done via the web browser and can be managed remotely easily. Also, it supports uploading to
How does one back up their Remmina settings and connection profiles? I have been using Flatpak for a while. I like to install my apps from a single source. Hopefully, Flatpak will be a standard soon to all distro. Apparently, there are two different locations if you are using the installer from Debian or from