Linux incron
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Incron is a daemon which monitors filesystem events and executes commands defined in system and user tables. It can be installed on all major distributions using each distribution’s default package manager. Why I needed it? I’m using as a web server for my vps server. That being said,…

Linux Dropbox on CentOS 7 XFS with VeraCrypt
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I’ve never been a Dropbox fan because I’ve always used Google Drive. But since I didn’t want to use my Google Drive to store some specific files I’ve decided to give Dropbox a try on my CentOS 7 server. Unfortunatelly, for some reason I was not able to…

Bash Alltube bash script installer for Debian 9
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Alltube is an HTML GUI for youtube-dl. It’s pretty easy to install and configure. I did such an install as a freelance project so I thought it would be good to write a simple bash script that takes care of the installation of Alltube using Debian 9. The…

Featured
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I have accidentally discovered the website viespar.ro and it looks promising so far. The idea is plain an simple, you subscribe then you get different tasks you should complete (like searching for some keywords on google, visiting different web sites or facebook pages and so on). Once a…

Linux Nagios Plugin to check CPU temp using lm_sensors and pysensors
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I like to monitor every aspect of my linux servers and one of these aspects is the CPU temperature. Most common way to find out your CPU temperature for pretty much any linux distribution is to use the package lm_sensors. It’s quite easy to install it: – if…

Log Management Jasmin SMS Gateway Logstash Grok Filter
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WE use ELK as a centralized logging solution. That means we have an ElasticSearch cluster, a LogStash Cluster, Kibana and Grafana. I was looking for a GROK filter so we can export our Jasmin logs to Grafana and then be able to search based on different patterns through…

Backup lxc container proxmox
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I was recently trying to resize a lxc container from my proxmox server (I’m running the lateste proxmox version). Even though I have increased the disk space assigned to that container, for some reason I was not able to actually see the new size of the disk inside…

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