Installing Linux on the tiny convertible budget laptop from Lenovo - The Miix 320Quick script to access private objects from Google Cloud Storage or Amazon S3 using the secret and keySetting up a private NextCloud server for Contacts, Files, Calendars, Tasks and even video callingMaking sure that Disqus doesn't slow down your website for no reason. By making disqus load only when a button is clicked, we can improve the page load speed dramaticallyMoving all your 2FA codes from an authenticator app to another (only for rooted android devices)Allowing Let'sEncrypt to do the HTTP validation while enforcing HTTP to HTTPS redirectionThe official documentation doesn't mention (at the time of writing) how to add an SSD PV. This post details how to do thatWhen using openssl to connect to a server that's using SNI, you need to use the servername option Google Kubernetes Engine nodes do not have a package manager to install debug tools. You need to use `toolbox` for thatEasily mount a Google Cloud Storage bucket in a Linux file system using gcsfuse and use it as if a local disk attachedIf you are trying to setup your Raspberry Pi ( Running Raspbian ) without a
monitor, you might be in for a surprise.
Well, the new Raspbian versions do not have SSH enabled by default, and for good
Most people who setup a RaspberryPi do not even change the default password and
they connect it to the internet.
And these RaspberryPis become part of a botnet in no time.
Anyways, let's see how to enable SSH.
Enable SSH in Raspbian
1. Prepare the SD card with Raspbian
2. ConnectWhen it comes to Docker containers, even a simple task can be pretty confusing,
like the cron jobs.
I know it was confusing for me at least. And I had to spent a lot of time
scratching my head because my cron job just won't start.
Before we dive into how to setup the cron daemon to work with Docker containers,
let's look into a problem I ran into AFTER setting up the cron in Docker, in
Kubernetes running on Google Container Engine. This will be particulary helpful
to those who managed