Automating Ubuntu Server Restarts: Never Wait for Manual Commands Again  [draft]

There comes a time when your server requires regular restarts, and it can be a hassle to do it manually every time. However, there is a way to automate this process and make your life easier. Enter Systemd, a powerful init system that provides a convenient solution. With Systemd, you can create a service unit that defines the desired behavior for your server restarts. By configuring a few settings, you can schedule automatic restarts at specific intervals, ensuring your server stays fresh and optimized without any manual intervention....

July 6, 2023 · Marcin M

Build an Awesome Kubernetes Cluster Using Proxmox VE  [draft]

Requirements To complete this tutorial, you’ll need the following: Two instances of Ubuntu Server 22.04 (one for the controller and at least one for a node) The instances should have either a static IP address or a DHCP reservation to prevent IP address changes The controller node should have a minimum of 2GB of RAM and 2 CPU cores The node instances can have 1GB of RAM and 1 CPU core (you can increase these resources as desired) Please note that this tutorial is specifically tailored for Ubuntu Server 22....

June 9, 2023 · Marcin M

SSL Certificate for Use With Nginx on Localhost  [draft]

Here are the general steps you can follow: Install OpenSSL on your local machine, if it is not already installed. OpenSSL is a command-line tool used to generate the certificate. Generate a self-signed certificate using the following command: openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout localhost.key -out localhost.crt This command will generate a private key (localhost.key) and a self-signed certificate (localhost.crt) that is valid for 365 days. During the process, you’ll be prompted to enter some information about the certificate, such as the Common Name (CN), which should be set to localhost in this case....

March 27, 2023 · Marcin M

How to Install Mariadb + Phpmyadmin With Docker-Compose  [draft]

How to install mariadb + phpmyadmin with docker-compose Running web applications, such as Django , requires the use of a database management system. While many Django tutorials recommend using PostgreSQL , I have found that using the combination of MariaDB and phpMyAdmin is very user-friendly for managing your database. Although there are many tutorials available, some of them are outdated. Therefore, I have put together a quick guide to help you get started....

March 24, 2023 · Marcin M

Msf6  [draft]

Using Metasploit to scan a target for vulnerabilities: # db_nmap -v --script vuln Good luck!! with hunting. Useful links:

December 1, 2022 · Marcin M