Category: Personal

My personal NAS

I built a personal NAS[1] solution back in November of 2015 and it is a “budget solution” mostly based on hardware I already had lying around here at home. It consists of the following hardware: CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz Motherboard: ASUS P8B75-MLE Memory: 8GB Kingston HyperX Disks: 1 WD Red 2TB for

_h5ai on ‎LiteSpeed Web Server

To get rid of “Javascript disabled error” when running _h5ai on LSWS, you’ve got to edit the following file: /path_to/public_html/_h5ai/server/php/inc/class-bootstrap.php Jump to line 72: As you can already tell I’ve commented out the following line: define("APP_HREF", Util::normalize_path(dirname(dirname(dirname($script_name))), true)); You’ve got to do the same, else it won’t work on LSWS. Alas, replace the above line

devNET Webmail

I have not been doing much lately so I decided to spice up the webmail used by my clients and myself. The base is Roundecube [1] and the skin was originally by Mr. Dieck but heavily modified by me. This is what it currently looks like: It’s an ongoing project, but I think that it

Books in the Mail: TRR & LOTH

I received a couple of very interesting books today in the mail; the mail man came honking his horn and I ran outside in anticipation for what I knew was already coming… And there they were! A copy of the groundbreaking and legendary “Rudolf Report” together with the best starter book on the whole topic:

New IRC vHost + webpage

Just briefly: I obtained “zionism.de” for the sole purpose of creating a vHost for usage in IRC, and perhaps later, also use it for VPN purposes. A modest webpage was spawned as well, see: http://we.must.destroy.zionism.de/ The domain only cost me seven or eight bucks, so I said to myself and some of my pals “what

Running Varnish Cache, again.

I decided to give Varnish Cache another try now that I’ve isolated the back-end from the main web server for k0nsl.org, and it’s all working very fine so far. Took all of five minutes to install + the configuration edits. I’m going to be letting it run and monitor the various instances, logs and also the