As I’ve mentioned before, my brother, The Quiet Learner, has set up his own gemlog and gemini server. I’ve been tinkering with the idea of creating a script or program […]
Nextcloud: Step 5 is currently in process….
Sometimes, I realize that I’m not very bright. The rest of the time, I’m not very bright, but I just don’t realize it. Recently, I ran into a snag with […]
Wp-cron isn’t really cron….
In the continuing effort of learning by doing, running my own servers has been a real eye opener. Today I learned something new. WordPress cron is not really cron. Even […]
Nextcloud: Removing a memcache warning
Every time I log into my Nextcloud server as the administrator, the overview tab shows me a warning about memcache. It also provides a link where you can read about […]
Nextcloud: More server hardening….
I think I’ve mentioned it before, but I’m not a security expert. I’ve been really enjoying learning though! One of the things I was learning about today, was how to […]
NextCloud: The PHP memory limit is below the recommended value of 512MB
I’ve really enjoyed running my own Nextcloud server. One of the big perks is keeping my own data, well, to myself. The other big plus is that I’m learning new […]
Migrating Nextcloud to a new server
It was a particularly sunny day, both in the real world and in the world of IT. There was no cause for alarm, no foreshadowing of pending doom. Yet, it […]
Setting up a ZNC bouncer for IRC
Recently, a small group of really great computer guys invited me to their private IRC server. I followed several of their blogs, and was really honored that they would ask […]
Home Server: Background Jobs With Cron
Sometimes NextCloud needs to run a script or command in the background. According to their website guide, you can do this several different ways, such as AJAX, webcron, cron, or […]
Home Server: NextCloud for Calendar, Contacts, File Sync, Phone Backups, etc….
Sort of just tying up all loose ends for the remainder of programs and apps I used on the phone and server to handle everything that was synced prior to […]