Month: April 2020

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How to Build a database server with a Raspberry PI

Starting with Problems Format the USB drive I installed the Raspbian Lite image on this install, knowing full well that this would be a dedicated…

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How to Fix Apache logging for HAProxy

A big thank-you goes out to whoever launched the DoS attack against this website! My pile of HAProxy managed Raspberries worked great! I noticed this…

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How to Use saltstack to Configure Raspberry PIs

What’s saltstack? I don’t have a huge enterprise of thousands of servers. I have a dozen or so Raspberry PIs that I use and maintain…

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Parts to Build the Raspberry Webserver

This is a followup to the How to Build a Website posting. A lot of people loved the case and wanted to find one for…

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How to Configure Your Raspberry, Graphically!

IF you have a monitor attached to the HDMI port of your Raspberry, you will soon to presented with an X-session! This is the windows-like…

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How to Configure Your New Raspberry with ssh

What next? We got our new Raspberry to boot into Raspbian. We got logged in. Now, we need to configure a few things. First, change…

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How to Build an SD card for the Raspberry PI

In the top box, for “Image file”, find the .img file that you downloaded and uncompressed. You can use the little folder on the right…

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How to Run a Raspberry

Part One: Get the Stuff! You wanna’ learn about the Raspberry Pi and build one for yourself? You’ve come to the right place! I’ve got…

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How to Install HAProxy on a Raspberry

This, a WordPress website, has a couple of parts. Traffic comes in from the Internet through my fiber modem/firewall. The router port forwards port 80…

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Tiny webserver for testing

Here’s a handy little script. Save the following as webserver.js. This will set up your Raspberry as a bonafide web server that you can use…

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