With Debian 10 (buster) the default firewall is nftables so it’s time to convert ny iptables rules. Since Debian stable is never first with anything I was surprised to see how relative few articles and blogs there are about nftables compered to iptables.
Tittade precis på Carole Cadwalladr anförande på senaste TED konferensen Facebook’s role in Brexit – and the threat to democracy. Den bästa sammanfattningen jag sett om det hot som sociala medier utgör. Använder du sociala medier bör du absolut titta och reflektera över vad Carole säger.
In an attempt to make this site load even faster I have switched from jQuery to Umbrella JS. Umbrella is really tiny, 2.5kB when gzipped, and strongly influenced by jQuery so the switch is easy for simple scripts. Good information in Porting from jQuery.
Hugo Pipes was added in version 0.46 and give Hugo the possibility to process sass and postcss files as well as fingerprint, minify and concat asset files. My own Zen theme for Hugo have used Gulp to process sass and js but now I have updated it to make use of pipes.
I have been watching the WireGuard project with interest for a couple of years. I like how WireGuard is constructed. A small code base that focus on the core functionality. The use of standard Linux networking tools and simple public/private keys.
Apples AirPort have given my household good and stable Wi-Fi for many years. They cost a bit more but just work and are easy to set up, a very Apple product. Apple discontinued its AirPort products this year, and last updated them in 2013.
I have made my small company site multilingual, in Swedish and in English. It’s a static site built with Hugo and my own Zen theme for Hugo. Hugo has good multilingual support. What took the most time was building a language selector that works both when content is translated and when it is not.
Ansible role with commentary for setting up your own mail server with Postfix and Dovecot. This could be considered a part two of Mail relay, MX backup and spam filtering with Postfix. Many postfix configurations are identical between these setups.
If you run your own mail server it is a good idea to have a MX backup in place. When your mail server goes down or you need to upgrade it, the MX backup will step in and store all mail until the mail server is back up.
My article Running Drupal on Debian 8 with Apache 2.4, event MPM and PHP-FPM (via socks and proxy) is one of the most read on xdeb.org. Here is the updated version for Debian 9. I mention Drupal in the title but this setup should work well for most PHP based systems like Wordpress and Joomla etc.