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Ansible - Mass Management

Manage as many Linux machines as you want. Simultaneously. Repeatable. Consistent.

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ZFS - A filesystem on steroids

Install, usage, tips and tricks, encryption, compression & more!

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Unattended Upgrades - Linux auto updates

Enable aggressive unattended upgrades on Ubuntu and Debian

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Libvirtd - Linux virtualisation

Server, client, shared folders, freezing at host down-times and much, much more!

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Exim - Email

Let your server email yourself (useful for crontab, SMART, …)

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Git - Source Code Mirror

Full guide to Git, LFS and a common .gitignore

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OpenVPN - Run your own VPN

How you can use port forwarding even behind NAT (which is commonly used on mobile networks), including an example for integration into UniFi Gateways and a guide for a classic VPN server for any amount of clients!

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Apache - Webserver

Templates for vitual hosts (https with LetsEncrypt, proxies, authentication and more) and hardening

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Pterodactyl - (Game)Server panel

Manage & create all your (game)servers and services using a dead-simple web ui

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Docker - Containers

Own registry, container auto updates and maintenance stuff!

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FFmpeg - Conversation

Some copy-paste scripts for mass media conversion

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WSDD - The cane for Windows

WSDD for service discovery under Windows, as it is too incompetent to use Avahi/Zeroconf

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Netdata - Server Monitoring

Setup, replication, notifications and some further config hints

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OpenSSL - Certificates

Fast script to generate a self-signed certificate for any purpose

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Adapta and Papirus - My Desktop Styleguide

The styleguide used to unify the surfaces of all my desktops. It uses Adapta and the Papirus Icon Theme. Also some editor recommendations included.

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Alpine - Linux can be small

Just some trivial things, which need a special treatment under Alpine Linux.

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