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Proxmox VE apt-get update with no-subscription repo

Proxmox VE apt-get update with no-subscription repo

If you don’t have a vauild Proxmox VE subscription, you will not able to run any APT related command such as apt update, upgrade, install and so on. This blog will show you how to jump over this limit on Proxmox VE. First, login the Proxmox VE console and go the the shell, then run the follwing command. Then, add # to comment out the enterprise list, click Ctrl + X and Y to save your change. Then run the…

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Creating OpenWrt VM on Unraid

Creating OpenWrt VM on Unraid

Hello, As we all know, OpenWrt is a well-known open source router system, and Unraid is also a well-known three-in-one system of NAS, virtual machine, and docker. Both systems have many users. In this post, I will show you how to run OpenWrt as a virtual machine in Unraid. First of all, we need to download the x86_64 image from the OpenWrt official website. Here I choose the 19.07 version. If you have the ability to compile your own OpenWrt…

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[Tutorials] How to Port Forward on OPNsense

[Tutorials] How to Port Forward on OPNsense

During my use of OPNsense, I wanted to do port forwarding for my LibreSpeed speed test tool, but after some searching, I couldn’t find any helpful resources and tutorials about OPNsense, so I decided to write a simple tutorial here to help you configure OPNsense port forwarding. First, let’s go to Firewall -> NAT -> Port Forward. Then click Add button at the top right corner. Secondly, change the Destination to WAN address since we want to access LibreSpeed from…

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How to install OpenWrt in Proxmox VE as a VM

How to install OpenWrt in Proxmox VE as a VM

Since OpenWrt only offer IMG file for installation, and Proxmox VE only take ISO file. So we have to use the command line to import IMG file into the virtual machine in order to use OpenWrt as a VM in PVE. Step 1. Preparation Proxmox VE: you can download from here. OpenWrt 19.07: Download the x86_64 firmware from here. Download combined-squashfs.img.gz then unzip it to IMG file. Step 2. Creating the virtual machine Login to your PVE web interface then…

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How to Edit OpenWRT LAN IP address

How to Edit OpenWRT LAN IP address

To change the IP address of your OpenWRT router, you could edit it through the SSH or plug the keyboard and monitor to your custom build router. Step 1: type in vi /etc/config/network in your console, then press ENTER Step 2: Press “i” on your keyboard to enable edit mode, then change the IP address to whatever you want. Step 3: Press “Esc” key, type :wq (w means write, q means quit), then press ENTER to apply. Last Step: type…

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Raspberry Pi 4 released with 4K and 4GB RAM Support

Raspberry Pi 4 released with 4K and 4GB RAM Support

The Raspberry Pi Foundation today (June 24) officially released the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B. Raspberry Pi is a world-renowned basic computing microcomputer, which is highly sought after by developers, programmers, geeks and other people around the world. This generation of Raspberry Pi 4 Model B has been developed for 3 years. The memory (RAM) has been upgraded from 1GB to 4GB. The introduction of USB 3.0 supports dual-screen 4K output, and the CPU and GPU are faster. H.265 decoding….

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10 User-Friendly Linux Distributions in 2019

10 User-Friendly Linux Distributions in 2019

Have you ever known where the charm or power of Linux comes from? That is, because of the numerous distributions, the Linux camp is growing, and each distribution has a large number of users. Developers voluntarily invest in related projects. Linux distributions can be described in a variety of ways, and they are designed to meet every desired demand. This article is intended to give a brief account of why a distribution exists, what the target users of the distribution…

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10 Usages of Raspberry Pi in the Office

10 Usages of Raspberry Pi in the Office

I know what you are thinking: The Raspberry Pi can only be used in tinkering, prototyping and personal hobbies. It can’t actually be used in business. There is no doubt that this computer has a relatively low processing capacity, a vulnerable SD card, a lack of battery backup, and a supported DIY nature, which means it won’t be a professional that can perform the most critical operations at any time. A viable alternative to a well-installed, configured commercial server. But…

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Git Cheat Sheet: Command that must be remembered

Git Cheat Sheet: Command that must be remembered

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase with features like cheap local branching, convenient staging areas, and multiple workflows. This cheat sheet summarizes commonly used Git command line instructions for quick reference. Configure Git Configure user information (username email) for all local repositories git config –global…

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Install Google TCP-BBR on CentOS/Debian/Ubuntu VPS in 1 Step!

Install Google TCP-BBR on CentOS/Debian/Ubuntu VPS in 1 Step!

BBR brief introduction BBR is a TCP congestion control technology developed by the Google community. It is currently in the early stages of development, but the prospects are great, and everyone can continue to pay attention, while BBR is integrated into the kernel with the latest version of Linux. Specifically, what is the TCP congestion control technology? I don’t understand the details. I will explain it in a plain way. It is not necessarily accurate. Just look at it and…

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