Setting up rdiff-backup on FreeBSD 12.1

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

My main PC workstation (as opposed to my Mac Pro) is a dual-boot Windows and Linux machine. While backing up the Windows portion is relatively easy via some cheap-ish commercial backup software, I ended up backing up my Linux home directories only very occasionally. Clearly, Something Had To Be Done ™. I had a look […]

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Building an OpenBSD WireGuard VPN server part 3 ā€“ Unbound DNS filtering

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

In part 2, I reconfigured my WireGuard VPN to use an Unbound DNS server on the VPN server rather than rely on a third party server I had used for the original quick and dirty configuration. It was important for me to set up a validating DNS server, which I did in that part. In […]

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Building an OpenBSD WireGuard VPN server part 3 ā€“ Unbound DNS filtering

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

In part 2, I reconfigured my WireGuard VPN to use an Unbound DNS server on the VPN server rather than rely on a third party server I had used for the original quick and dirty configuration. It was important for me to set up a validating DNS server, which I did in that part. In […]

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