This little project is a practical implementation of a blog post I…
The Moby Project has bold ambitions to containers to include core system components as well an operating system.
This script is a fully automated OpenVPN Server install with a simple web based interface for managing clients.
This is the second in a multi-part series on how to build a Linux-based home server. In Part 2, we’ll set up ownCloud, a file sharing service similar to Dropbox, on our LinuxMint computer.
Have you ever wondered if there is a way to share all the content that you have on your phones, tablets, desktops, and laptops in your home? Well buckle up! In this series I hope to provide a non-technical user’s guide to getting a home server up and running for little or no cost.
The success of Linux on the desktop is paltry at best, but with as servers and mobile platforms grow in number, Linux will likely dominate be a major player rather than a tinker toy for geeks and nerds to play with.