It is always interesting to me, how few WiFi devices seem to work with Ubuntu out of the box, yet so many are supposedly supported. Don’t get me wrong, I’m […]
Home Photo Server, Part 3: https, keys, and certificates
In the continuing saga of the Google Photos alternative, by running a home server with Dynamic Domain Name Service (DDNS), very secure FTP (vsftp), and an Apache web server coupled […]
Home photo server, part 2: Apache, phpAlbum, and Piwigo
Last time we talked about how to set up the domain name with DDNS for free, and then using very secure FTP, vsftp, and SyncTool (the Android app) to automatically […]
Wondershaper: The wonder of shaping your internet traffic!
I always end my posts with “Linux – keep it simple.” And today is one of those great days when I am using a really well made, simple, Linux tool: […]
Minimodem: Sending digital information via analog sound!
In my free time I have been involved in a little side project involving sound, data, and communications. The end goal is to transmit data wirelessly via a cellular phone […]