Create your own local Redhat Package Repo Cache

If you manage a bunch of Redhat Enterprise Linux servers (RHEL), it can be wasteful or difficult to update packages from the internet each time (or you don’t have enough subscriptions). So let’s create a package repository on a local server which will update every night and allow the other internal servers to access it. … Read moreCreate your own local Redhat Package Repo Cache

Backup your servers automatically to Amazon AWS S3

This post will explain how I backup mine and my clients Linux servers to Amazon’s S3 file storage service via bash shell scripts. (I can do this for your business, let’s talk). It’s cheap, quick, and it takes care of off-site backups. I prefer to use a different provider than my hosting company in case … Read moreBackup your servers automatically to Amazon AWS S3

BeagleBone Black as a cheap TOR router / proxy with google chrome

If your not familiar with tor, check out https://www.torproject.org/ to get more information. Its a secure proxy system that basically anonymizes your ip address. You can install the Tor client and connect or a super easy way is to run your own proxy and just have traffic flow through it. Don’t have to start up … Read moreBeagleBone Black as a cheap TOR router / proxy with google chrome