Month: April 2020

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How to Build a database server with a Raspberry PI

Starting with Problems Are you ready for the next chapter in our adventure? We’re building a highly available, WordPress website out of Raspberry Pis. Today,…

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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? saltstack is a great configuration management tool. It’s used in huge enterprises to effect changes on multiple servers. With small scripts, you can…

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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

The first step to running a Raspberry Pi is creating the SD card from which it boots and runs. In Step One, you downloaded all…

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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

HAProxy is available on the Raspbian platform! HAProxy is a high availability, load balancing, and proxying server application. It sits between the Internet and your…

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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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