Our next guide in the VPN Split Tunnel sequence is Configure Deluge for VPN Split Tunneling on Debian 8 using systemd units. An excellent way of utilizing both the security that VPN connection provides and to still route only selected traffic over the VPN connection is called VPN Split Tunneling.
We have showed you how to configure VPN Split Tunnel on Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS, now we bring you the next sequence in the split tunnel guides: the VPN Split Tunnel guide for systemd systems like Debian 8 and Ubuntu 16.04. In this guide we will show you how to configure Split Tunnel on Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS, Debian 8, Minibian and Raspbian Jessie … I'm curious
Plex Media Server on the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 has been a roller coaster. Originally a chroot was required and discoveredy by Francis on his bitbucket guide. Then thanks to uglymagoo on the Plex forum it was very easy to install Plex using the Synology armv7 package. Now with the Plex ReadyNAS package transcoding is enabled by default and is the package uglymagoo’s repository uses … I'm curious
Private Internet Access is a VPN company that takes your privacy and anonymity seriously. They do not keep logs and allow multiple payment methods like gift cards and Bitcoin. This tutorial will show you how to autoconnect to Private Internet Access VPN service for increased convenience and safety for your Linux home media server. This guide will work on any Debian-based system like Ubuntu, Raspbian… I'm curious
This guide will show you how to properly mount a USB Storage device of multiple formats on Arch Linux on the Banana Pi Pro by LeMaker, it will also deal with future permissions. This guide is quite small and straight to the point leaving it as a quick and proper solution to creating a full-time NAS or Media server. It is assumed that you installed Arch … I'm curious
I have been practicing bash scripting and forked Igor’s micro server installer. Tons of media server related software has been added to make setting up your Linux home media server very convenient. It works on Ubuntu 14.04 and later so Debian Wheezy and Jessie are supported too.
Linux systems make solid home media servers. Like all servers, services can stop or crash for one reason or another. If you use Monit to monitor your Linux Home Media Server you can have these services restarted automatically when there is a small kink in your system. You can get email alerts too if a service is going down. This may not be super critical but … I'm curious