Remote access into your homelab is very useful – you can fix and tune your servers from wherever you may be. But which technology should you use to facilitate remote access? There are many possible solutions. In this episode of The Homelab Show, Tom and Jay chat about OpenVPN and Wireguard, two of the most popular technologies for accessing your homelab while on the go.
The ps command is useful for taking a look at the processes that are running on your Linux system. In this video, I’ll show you the basics of the ps command, and some variations you can use to show the output in different ways.
In this episode of Awesome Linux Tools, the spotlight is on Lynis – a really awesome utility you can use to get a better understanding of the overall security hygiene of your server. In this video, Jay will show you how to install it, and also how to run an audit.
Linus from Linus Tech Tips recently released a couple of videos where he attempts to use Linux as his daily driver, and makes some interesting decisions. In this video, Tom and Jay, two full-time Linux users, share their thoughts on how Linus could’ve done better.
CrowdSec is a cutting-edge security solution for your Linux servers. As an intrusion prevention system, its goal is to stop unauthorized access and prevent attacks. But unlike other IPS solutions, it does it a different way – by using knowledge as power. CrowdSec was covered on this channel before, but in this video, you’ll see an updated look complete with an overview of how to set up protection for WordPress as well.