If you've ever thought of running your own web server but didn't know how to get it setup and running, I've got a tutorial for you.

"How To Setup A Complete Nginx Web Server"
techaddressed.com/tutorials/se

How dependent are you on Google products and services? (Web browser, Search engine, Advertising revenue, Android phones etc.)

Please boost this poll for more accurate results. Thanks!

I have a source for five NEC Spinwriter 5150 daisy wheel printers if you or anyone else might be interested. Colorado Springs. You pick up.

They're going to get scrapped otherwise.

Just published a quick guide to using Certbot from behind Cloudflare's reverse proxy WITHOUT snap packages - as the EFF's documentation would have you use.

Written for both Debian/Ubuntu and Fedora based systems.

techaddressed.com/tutorials/ce

By the way. If you are part of an underrepresented group then you can apply for travel support to attend the Nextcloud Conference. Nextcloud is an inclusive and diverse space where we collaborate and develop world class software. #NcConf2022 #NCInclude nextcloud.com/blog/youre-invit

Unity (former game engine company) has merged with an actual adware and malware distribution company. That's not an exaggeration. Fake Flash installers, was blacklisted by Microsoft's anti-malware tool, VirusTotal entires, that kind of thing.

blog.infostruction.com/2018/10

benedelman.org/news-021815/

Don't build your games on engines you don't have the source code to.

Hey tech peeps ... in case you haven't heard there's new speculative prediction vulnerabilities in both Intel and AMD CPUs.

Effected chips include Intel Kaby Lake & Coffee Lake and AMD Zen, Zen+, and Zen2.

The problem is said to be Linux specific and the fixes are going to add an estimated 12 to 28% overhead.

arstechnica.com/information-te

If you've ever considered ditching GitHub to host your own git repositories, this tutorial shows you how to setup your own Gitea server using docker.

techaddressed.com/tutorials/ho

If you've ever considered ditching GitHub to host your own git repositories, this tutorial shows you how to setup your own Gitea server using docker.

techaddressed.com/tutorials/ho

Busy busy busy ... just published 3 tutorials, specifically for the purpose of linking to them from other tutorials instead of having to document the same process multiple times. I hate duplicating effort.

#1 - Configuring A Static IP In Debian
techaddressed.com/tutorials/co

Please share this data privacy info with anyone who could use it to better protect their private data and themselves.

"Data Privacy In Post-Roe America"

techaddressed.com/random/data-

It used to be (more) common for people to write HTML in a way where it would (also) look good in a Terminal based web browser.

It used to be (more) common for people to write HTML & CSS in a way where it would (still) look good if the CSS was not applied.

It used to be (more) common for people to write HTML & JavaScript in a way where it would (still) look good & (still) work if the JavaScript wasn't executed.

Those don't seem to be the norm nowadays.

Protect developer freedom. Abolish software patents. Learn why software patents are unjust by checking out the new design of our #endsoftwarepatents initiative. u.fsf.org/3f-

System76 has launched encrypted Network Time servers with a technology called NTS! Click here to learn more about System76's NTS servers and how to add them to Pop!_OS: system76.com/time

For the latest addition to my Pi-hole series, I wrote a tutorial on how to setup and manage syncing between multiple Pi-hole instances using the latest version of Gravity Sync.

techaddressed.com/tutorials/gr

Favorite Linux desktop workflow?

I'm genuinely curious. I love i3wm, but there are times it feels clumsy, especially when at work and I have a LOT of windows open (I primarily use tabs, or what POP!_OS calls stacks).

Don't just vote, tell me *why* what you chose works so well for you, and how you got into the flow of it.
I'm looking into alternatives for my current setup for my professional workflow (non-tech, non-creative type work)

Kindly boost for more nerd-coverage. :D

China is going after the Fediverse, finally. A ton of servers have started getting hit with DNS poisoning and TCP reset attacks as the Great Firewall fuckery begins.

If you see fewer Chinese voices in your TL today that is why.

@adam is right about the need for there to be lots of small servers. It’s concentration that allows this kind of heavy handed government censorship to work.

RT: https://pullopen.xyz/@flyover/108446764854063652
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