Dive into the heart of system orchestration with our guide on auto-starting programs on Ubuntu using systemd. Picture your server as a grand stage, and systemd as the master conductor, ensuring your programs perform a seamless overture during every boot. Unravel the complexities of systemd service files with practical examples, allowing your digital minions to gracefully take their positions. This teaser offers a glimpse into a world where code becomes a harmonious symphony, orchestrated by systemd’s magic. Join us as we demystify the process and empower your Ubuntu server with the efficiency it deserves. Let the automation overture begin! … Continue readingAuto-Start Your Programs Using systemd
Get ready to embark on an exciting journey into the heart of your family’s history. In Part 2 of our series, we’re about to take the leap into the world of web-based genealogy tools. The stage is set, and the spotlight is on webtrees, the open-source gem that’s about to make your family history preservation a breeze. With no cost involved and a world of possibilities ahead, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and dive in. Whether you’re continuing from Part 1 or just joining us, get ready for a thrilling adventure in digital family history. Let’s make history together! … Continue readingSetting Up Webtrees Family Tree Server
In the digital age, the quest for preserving our family history has taken an exciting turn. Join me on a journey as I share my father’s inspiring pursuit of our family’s past, his trials and triumphs with the renowned Ancestry.com, and the ingenious solution we uncovered to safeguard his precious research.
Join us on this heartfelt journey as we not only solve the Ancestry.com dilemma but also empower you to embark on your own family history quest. … Continue readingAncestry for Free: A Quest for Family History
It is extremely frustrating to be used by bots … BOTS of all things. Are you kidding me?! Now, I have to fight Artificial Intelligence! Not only is it a nuisance to constantly delete spam emails, but it is incredibly annoying when these emails are sent in large quantities, making it difficult to sort through legitimate emails. While not super technical, you can save yourself a headache and inconvenience through my experience. … Continue readingSecure Your Sites Subscriber List – reCAPTCHA
Using a external storage device, like a USB drive, for you media or data? ?t can be essential to ensure it is mounted to a specific location. This is particularly important for media servers or Docker containers where you aggregate config and database storage locations to an external drives. … Continue readingPermanently Mount External Drives in Linux
This is part 2 of my Huginn blog. In the first part, I detailed how to install the application on various infrastructures. I also described how to organize scenarios and modify the default demo scenario. Now you’re ready to do your own thing with Huginn, and here are some ideas. … Continue readingHuginn Part 2: Setting up Scenarios
Wait, Wait, Wait … it’s not what you think. Okay, IT’S EXACTLY WHAT YOU THINK! Internet BOTs automagically pull data from sites, employing your own minions to search for data and bring it back to you in a way you want to see it. Even having these agents perform actions on your behalf. … Continue readingHuginn – Installation and Configuration