How to run Gotify as a systemd service.

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vi /etc/systemd/system/gotify.service systemctl daemon-reload systemctl start gotify Simple as that! Check Gotify is running with the systemctl status gotify command, and if all is well, start Gotify at boot with systemctl enable gotify

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Get out of my swa(m)p!

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One of my servers recently had been using a lot of swap space, more than usual. This got me curious as to what could be using that swap space. Important note: I had not noticed any slow down…

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WSCM Update!

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Webstack config manager now supports Arch Linux! To get started and read more about WSCM please see the readme on Github.

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How to setup a PHP webstack (LEMP)

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Coming soon

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How to setup a Zabbix server and Zabbix client

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Installing a DEB package in Ubuntu

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Happy new year! Although installing a DEB may seem like a trivial task, I have recently changed how I install DEB packages in Ubuntu and wanted to share this. The first option, DPKG. Using DPKG it is as…

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How to install xRDP [UBUNTU 16.04]

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Someone once told me xRDP was hard to install, they were wrong: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install xrdp You’re done, that’s it. Now for some configuration, here’s where it gets “fun”… The golden rule: Don’t use Gnome….

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Web Stack Config Manager [WSCM]

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Web Stack Config Manager This script will install Nginx as a package and compile PHP 7.0, 7.1, 7.2 from github tags. This is a work in progress script and should not be used in production. Supported OS’s: -Fresh…

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Nginx + RMTP + HLS + VideoJS – Simple Live Stream Setup

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This is a quick guide I am throwing together from my recent dabbling with setting up a personal live stream setup. Table of contents: Install pre-requisites Compile Nginx with the RMTP module Configure Nginx Create output page with…

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Firewalld Cheat sheet [CENTOS7]

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I will be adding to this guide as and when I do firewalld commands. Allow a port: sudo firewall-cmd –zone=public –add-port=xxxx/tcp Remove a port: firewall-cmd –zone=public –remove-port=xxxx/tcp List current rules: firewall-cmd –list-all

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