I want to update the post Apache Guacamole with LDAP and 2FA TOTP authentication that I posted a while back. The Docker container image is no longer being maintained. This post is how to install the official Docker container images. This is the docker-compose.yml that I am using: Below is the content of the .env […]
I have been getting a quite a lot of comments on the post TurnKey Linux’ Nextcloud container on Proxmox. Since I switched to the official Nextcloud container for several months now, I thought I would update my Nextcloud deployment. The reason I used the official Docker container was the update process. It is very easy
I finally experience a LUKS disk that I could not open. It was not a good experience, but it was a good opportunity to use LUKS header. For this to work, you will need the LUKS header for that specific disk. After the above command, open the encrypted disk like you normally do. I hope
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 have my folks’ computers getting backup to my NAS. My folks do not have any business to the NAS other than backing up their computer via the SFTP; therefore, they don’t need a /home or SSH access. What I am trying to accomplish here is to provide just SFTP only access and lock the
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 just want to start with I am not a Docker expert. I just use Docker as a tool that I use to help me accomplish some tasks. This post is about how I utilize Docker containers to self-host some services that I use for my homelab and home services. Also, how I backup my
If you have some media that require renaming, Filebot can quickly rename a bulk of media files by pulling their metadata from specific resources. This is great until the application became closed source or behind the paywall. There are many forks of the last open-source version, but the repo from coppit/filebot is a docker container
To make the management of the LUKS encrypted disk(s), I think Clevis/Tang method is the easiest way. Clevis/Tang can decrypt and mount the disk(s) at boot. This is great for NAS servers that have multiple disks. Here is a link to a great presentation from DebConf explaining and demo-ing the Clevis and Tang. Figure 1
If you are planning to encrypt your disk, encrypting disks will wipe clean the disk. Make sure that there is no data on the disk you are planning to encrypt. This post is based on my use case. I just want to make that clear. Why encrypt the disks? There are too many reasons why.