Here are a collection of things I’ve written over the years. While occasionally useful to others, the primary purpose of writing these is for me to document/remember how I set things up.
I’m setting up a new Ubuntu 18.04 server and wanted the drives to be encrypted. Since the machine is headless in my basement, however, entering a password on boot is annoying.
We used to run a development blog for work. We wanted:
- To use NGINX to host this content. It was all static pages.
- To limit access to people within our network, or to employees while outside the network (phones, laptops, etc.).
- We didn’t want to deal with user accounts, active directory, etc.
- We wanted super low friction for users.
I’m a huge fan of QubesOS. Here are some slides from an internal company presentation trying to inflict QubesOS on my coworkers.