Submitted by dustin on Sat, 07/11/2015 - 12:29
Ubiquiti is a comparatively young company based in California. They make networking products, and their portfolio is wireless centric.
My primary experience is with their access points. Compared to some of the market leaders, they compare very favorably.
Submitted by dustin on Fri, 08/15/2014 - 22:32
I've totally stopped using any other file syncing app. No Onedrive, no Google Drive, no Dropbox.
Bit torrent sync is available on Windows, Linux, Mac, and Android. It's fast, easy to setup, easy to manage on an ongoing basis, secure, and because it's unlimited and flexible, I'm using it for things that most people wouldn't even thing of.
We use it at work to sync customer's encrypted backups to our site, where an Ubuntu vm puts the backups on a SAN.
Submitted by dustin on Fri, 08/15/2014 - 21:41
I've been wanting an over/under for years. Having two chokes gives you some flexibility in clay games, a quality o/u will last basically forever if cared for, and they are dead nuts reliable.
Submitted by dustin on Fri, 08/15/2014 - 21:25
My old web server was an Ubuntu 12.04 server, with magnetic storage on Amazon EC2. The times they are a changing, and I had been meaning to update the server for a while. So the new version is an Ubuntu 14.04 server with SSD storage, still on Amazon EC2.
The new base server is quite a bit faster, but besides that, I also decided to switch out my http server as well. I used to use Cherokee, it was faster than Apache, and easy to setup, but it hasn't really seen any growth, and may have actually had it's market share shrink since I last installed it.
Submitted by dustin on Wed, 04/23/2014 - 13:16
I had some issues with S3FS that prompted me to look into alternatives. I found S3CMD, and I'm very happy with it so far. The operation is a bit different but there was minimal effort required to change over my backups to using S3CMD instead of locally mounted Amazon S3 buckets with S3FS.
First, S3CMD doesn't mount buckets to the local file system, once setup, it lets you read and write to buckets in a way similar to rsyncing to a remote computer.
First, install S3CMD