How would've it been if you have complete control of your Internet traffic flow? With Clash, you can control everything directly on your Internet gateway, and this article will show you how.
Managing your EC2 instances with Terraform can be tricky, such as making changes to a EBS volume mounted on an active EC2 instance. This blog post covers how to extend the size of a XFS filesystem in a EBS volume mounted on an active EC2 instance.
The widely used gpg-agent can be cryptic to configure and use, and I stumbled upon a strange issue that prevented me from making SSH connections. Here is what happened.
Organisations can deploy a FOSS version of GitLab on their own infrasturcture, which we had to do at my university. This article covers the process of doing so and some of the issues I ran into.
It is crucial to have a scalable and fault-tolerant infrastructure for a blog, but Kubernetes can be tricky for newcomers. Here is how I did it with Ghost and Google Kubernetes Engine.
I came across a job vacancy on Umbo's website and managed to get an internship offer. People were friendly and the office was great.
There can be times where the vendor ships their servers with custom kernel builds that can have some functionalities missing, and here's how you can switch to a normal Linux kernel on a OVH dedicated server.
It can be a challenge to properly secure your server login with a two-factor authentication, and DUO makes this easier than ever.
Being a new tech that just got rolled out, WireGuard can be confusing for newcomers, and this post has got you covered.
I've always loved the industrial design of Apple products, and Mojave just gave me an another surprise with Continuity Camera.
With Docker comes great power, and also great responsibility of rotating your logs! They can eat up the disk space quickly, so you better be fast setting up logrotate.