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Bashhub · Every command. |
Hope there are no passwords or API keys in your history.
sysadmin  linux  unix  bash  history  cloud  cloudstorage  searchengine 
7 weeks ago by kme
GitHub - sovereign/sovereign: A set of Ansible playbooks to build and maintain your own private cloud: email, calendar, contacts, file sync, IRC bouncer, VPN, and more.
* IMAP over SSL via Dovecot, complete with full text search provided by Solr.
* POP3 over SSL, also via Dovecot
* SMTP over SSL via Postfix, including a nice set of DNSBLs to discard spam before it ever hits your filters.
* Virtual domains for your email, backed by PostgreSQL.
* Spam fighting via Rspamd.
* Mail server verification using DKIM and DMARC so the Internet knows your mailserver is legit.
* Secure on-disk storage for email and more via EncFS.
* Webmail via Roundcube.
* Mobile push notifications via Z-Push.
* Email client automatic configuration.
* Jabber/XMPP instant messaging via Prosody.
* An RSS Reader via Selfoss.
* CalDAV and CardDAV to keep your calendars and contacts in sync, via ownCloud.
* Your own private storage cloud via ownCloud.
* Your own VPN server via OpenVPN.
* An IRC bouncer via ZNC.
* Monit to keep everything running smoothly (and alert you when it’s not).
* collectd to collect system statistics.
* Web hosting (ex: for your blog) via Apache.
* Firewall management via Uncomplicated Firewall (ufw).
* Intrusion prevention via fail2ban and rootkit detection via rkhunter.
* SSH configuration preventing root login and insecure password authentication
* RFC6238 two-factor authentication compatible with Google Authenticator and various hardware tokens
* Nightly backups to Tarsnap.
* Git hosting via cgit and gitolite.
* Read-it-later via Wallabag
* A bunch of nice-to-have tools like mosh and htop that make life with a server a little easier.
ansible  selfhosted  cloud  provisioning  sysadmin  email  chat  security  vpn  bookmarking 
february 2017 by kme
The sad state of sysadmin in the age of containers
Maven, ivy and sbt are the go-to tools for having your system download unsigned binary data from the internet and run it on your computer.
And with containers, this mess gets even worse.
Ever tried to security update a container?
Essentially, the Docker approach boils down to downloading an unsigned binary, running it, and hoping it doesn't contain any backdoor into your companies network.
Feels like downloading Windows shareware in the 90s to me.
devops  security  cloud  docker  sysadmin  networking  rant 
april 2015 by kme
The first commented line is your dabblet’s title ✿
dabblet is an interactive playground for quickly testing snippets of CSS and HTML code. It uses -prefix-free, so that you won't have to add any prefixes in your CSS code. You can save your work in Github gists, embed it in other websites and share it with others.

It currently only supports modern versions of Chrome, Safari and Firefox but I'm hoping to expand browser support soon.

It’s handcoded by Lea Verou with care but some other nice folks helped too. Special thanks go to Roman Komarov who helped tremendously with his tips & thorough QA and to David Storey that came up with the name “dabblet”.
html  css  cloud  collaboration  editor  ide  webdevel  programming  webapp 
september 2012 by kme

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