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freenas

Installing a MariaDB server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a MariaDB server on FreeNAS. Configure ZFS datasets to store the data and log files and optimize the throuput of your databases. You can...

3rd Gen AMD Ryzen build for FreeNAS

Check our build based on the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor and support for error correction code (ECC) memory. We spent $683.96 + tax and shipping for the key ...

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

Installing a Git server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a lightweight Git server on your FreeNAS server. Host the repositories that contain critical business data on your own infrastructure.

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jails

Installing a MariaDB server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a MariaDB server on FreeNAS. Configure ZFS datasets to store the data and log files and optimize the throuput of your databases. You can...

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

Installing a Git server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a lightweight Git server on your FreeNAS server. Host the repositories that contain critical business data on your own infrastructure.

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ubuntu

Installing Powerline on Ubuntu Linux

Learn how to install the Powerline status plugin for Vim, Bash, and tmux on Ubuntu Linux. Get useful information on your shell prompt and make your terminal ...

Creating a custom Powerline segment

The Powerline status line provides useful information in your terminal prompt. In this post, learn how to create your custom Powerline segment using Python.

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powerline

Installing Powerline on WSL Windows 10

Install the Powerline status plugin on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Get useful information on the shell prompt and provide a new look to your termi...

Installing Powerline on Ubuntu Linux

Learn how to install the Powerline status plugin for Vim, Bash, and tmux on Ubuntu Linux. Get useful information on your shell prompt and make your terminal ...

Creating a custom Powerline segment

The Powerline status line provides useful information in your terminal prompt. In this post, learn how to create your custom Powerline segment using Python.

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vim

Installing Powerline on WSL Windows 10

Install the Powerline status plugin on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Get useful information on the shell prompt and provide a new look to your termi...

Installing Powerline on Ubuntu Linux

Learn how to install the Powerline status plugin for Vim, Bash, and tmux on Ubuntu Linux. Get useful information on your shell prompt and make your terminal ...

Creating a custom Powerline segment

The Powerline status line provides useful information in your terminal prompt. In this post, learn how to create your custom Powerline segment using Python.

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bash

Installing Powerline on WSL Windows 10

Install the Powerline status plugin on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Get useful information on the shell prompt and provide a new look to your termi...

Installing Powerline on Ubuntu Linux

Learn how to install the Powerline status plugin for Vim, Bash, and tmux on Ubuntu Linux. Get useful information on your shell prompt and make your terminal ...

Creating a custom Powerline segment

The Powerline status line provides useful information in your terminal prompt. In this post, learn how to create your custom Powerline segment using Python.

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openldap

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

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iocage

Installing a Git server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a lightweight Git server on your FreeNAS server. Host the repositories that contain critical business data on your own infrastructure.

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git

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

Installing a Git server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a lightweight Git server on your FreeNAS server. Host the repositories that contain critical business data on your own infrastructure.

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tmux

Installing Powerline on Ubuntu Linux

Learn how to install the Powerline status plugin for Vim, Bash, and tmux on Ubuntu Linux. Get useful information on your shell prompt and make your terminal ...

Creating a custom Powerline segment

The Powerline status line provides useful information in your terminal prompt. In this post, learn how to create your custom Powerline segment using Python.

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letsencrypt

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

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apache

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

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nextcloud

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mariadb

Installing a MariaDB server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a MariaDB server on FreeNAS. Configure ZFS datasets to store the data and log files and optimize the throuput of your databases. You can...

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zfs

Installing a MariaDB server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a MariaDB server on FreeNAS. Configure ZFS datasets to store the data and log files and optimize the throuput of your databases. You can...

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ssh

Installing a Git server on FreeNAS

Learn how to install a lightweight Git server on your FreeNAS server. Host the repositories that contain critical business data on your own infrastructure.

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pfsense

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architecture

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home office

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small business

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raspberry pi

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minecraft

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java

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gitweb

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

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ports

Installing GitWeb on FreeNAS

Learn how to install GitWeb to browse the repositories on your server. Build the Git package from the Ports collection to install GitWeb on an Apache server....

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amd

3rd Gen AMD Ryzen build for FreeNAS

Check our build based on the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor and support for error correction code (ECC) memory. We spent $683.96 + tax and shipping for the key ...

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ryzen

3rd Gen AMD Ryzen build for FreeNAS

Check our build based on the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor and support for error correction code (ECC) memory. We spent $683.96 + tax and shipping for the key ...

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ecc

3rd Gen AMD Ryzen build for FreeNAS

Check our build based on the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor and support for error correction code (ECC) memory. We spent $683.96 + tax and shipping for the key ...

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python

Creating a custom Powerline segment

The Powerline status line provides useful information in your terminal prompt. In this post, learn how to create your custom Powerline segment using Python.

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wsl

Installing Powerline on WSL Windows 10

Install the Powerline status plugin on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Get useful information on the shell prompt and provide a new look to your termi...

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windows

Installing Powerline on WSL Windows 10

Install the Powerline status plugin on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Get useful information on the shell prompt and provide a new look to your termi...

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