How to easily setup a git http server using nginx and git-smart-httpA quick hack to block specific DNS queries like metadata.google.internal coming to a VPN serverHow to properly do an http to https redirect while using an ELB for SSL terminationA quick way of copying files stored in a docker image to the host system Reaching databases behind firewall can be tricky. Here I am showing how to use the jumphost to tunnel to the database serverQuick 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 callingAllowing Let'sEncrypt to do the HTTP validation while enforcing HTTP to HTTPS redirectionSetting up OpenVPN on your own server can be real pain in the a**. I know a lot
of you would agree with me there.
Today, I'll show you guys how to setup OpenVPN and manage users without any
hiccups. I don't think this can get any easier. Enter Pritunl. You install a few
packages and you're done. You have a fully functional VPN server with a web
interface where you can manage your users, servers, organizations etc.
What is Pritunl?
Pritunl is a distributed enterprise vpn server built using the OWhy SSH Tunnel?
Consider the situation you are in a network you don't trust, like a coffee
house. You never know who is snooping around the network for any kind of
information they can collect. Or you are in a corporate network where the
service you need is disabled in the network level, like spotify, or even steam.
To make it worse, you do not have access to a VPN either. What do you do? Well,
if you have an SSH account in a remote server, that could serve you well in this
What is anIf you're a beginner in Linux, chances are you've come across this question
yourself. What exactly is a hard link? And how the heck does it differ from a
soft link ( symbolic link or symlink ). Sometimes even experienced Linux Admins
have this question.
Most of us know what a symlink is but gets really confused when we hear about
"hard link". It's not that hard though, let me explain it for you.
Before we get into knowing the difference between soft link and hard link, we
have a few basic thin