My journey in the computer world

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MiniDungeon EX on Pebble

I forked couple of year ago a wonderful game on Pebble : MiniDungeon made by Jonathan Panttaja. I really liked the game but thought it was lacking some variety in the monster and the level. I added first new monster, quite… Continue Reading →

Tutorial for OpenVPN TAP Bridge Mode

I’m using my raspberry pi as a NAS with a samba server to provide the content through my home network. I wanted to have that content directly accessible from the rest of the world but without the traffic to be… Continue Reading →

Transmission BT + Nginx as reverse proxy SSL

In the last revision of transmission, I couldn’t get the user/password for the RPC of transmission work. To resolve this problem, I decided to use Nginx as reverse proxy to provide an SSL connection and also a way to secure… Continue Reading →

Bittorrent Sync + ecryptfs + Web Interface

I just discovered lately Bittorrent Sync and found it to be an amazing way to replace dropbox or any other Cloud Storage since I’m owning a server and a raspberry pi.

OpenWRT Image Creator for TP-Link WR841

Introduction I was using the Raspberry Pi as my wifi router, but I have to admit I reached it’s limit quite soon. Even with a good wifi usb dongle, I couldn’t get a stable and fast connection. I then bought… Continue Reading →

Repair ext4 filesystem on Raspberry Pi

When I was overclocking my pi using an usb hard drive as rootfs, I got more than once some filesystem corruption, after googling I found a blog post of JustChecking’s explaining how to use the fsck.ext4 command.

Node-RED init.d script and systemd unit

I find Node-RED really amazing but the lack of being able to manage it as a daemon quite annoyed me. I created an init script and a systemd unit configuration to be able to manage Node-RED as any service on… Continue Reading →

Nginx + LibreSSL

With the release of the version 2.0.2 of LibreSSL I wanted to use it on one of my Nginx server to see if it’s possible to make them work together. After all OpenBSD’s dev said that it’s a “drop-in” replacement.

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