How to install Wekan, a open source & self hosted Trello alternative, on your own Ubuntu 16.04 server with ISPConfig 3.1 using Apache Reverse Proxy.
How to install ISPConfig 3.1 on Ubuntu 16.04 on a Digital Ocean Server incl. Apache as web server, Postfix as mail server, Pure FTPD as file server, Let’s Encrypt for real SSL Certificates, MariaDB as database server, fail2ban to limit login attempts, and very much more.
Find out how Mod_Pagespeed is working and helping to fix without the need to touch code. Mod_Pagespeed can help you to optimize Images, CSS code, JS code and much more. Continue reading if you want to see my .htaccess example and how I have configured Mod_Pagespeed and caching on my site service.niih.de.
In case you wonder, how can to get all the nice apps from Google play, without an account, or, even without flashing the whole GApps package, you should take a look at YALP Store YALP lets you download things from Google’s App store without the need to create an account AND it lets you update your apps. Please have in […]
Working in the IT – let’s one understand how Privacy is not really a case for many large companies out there. Just a quick story how I handle my browser. I totally agree that some kind of information is kind of necessary for one or the other. To give away personal data because you have purchased something online is just […]
Just recently Mark Shuttlewort announced the death of Unity coming with Ubuntu 18.04. Me myself – I don’t like the idea at all. I am one of the few people who love working with Unity or on Unity. I love it since it was shipped with Ubuntu 12.04. For me it was just the time when windows has bored me […]
Rock solid SSD Servers at DigitalOcean! Some years ago, in a YouTube video I first heard about DigitalOcean. At that time I was running my stuffs on a dedicated server at Server4You. After some incidents there and me also running out of space, I had to migrate to a bigger machine anyway. So I decided to move things over to […]
Today I ran exactly into this problem. I ran some updates and auto-removes on my Ubuntu 16.04 machine and suddenly VLC was gone. So the next thing I did was just a simple sudo apt install vlc and in return I got this error message: The following packages have unmet dependencies: vlc : Depends: libgles1-mesa (>= 7.8.1) but it is […]