- Hardened Gentoo with Full Disk Encryption on the Star Labs StarBook Mk VI
22 Feb '24
A brief guide on installing Gentoo Linux with Full Disk Encryption and the
hardened profile, with SELinux, on the Star Labs StarBook Mk VI.
- Run a Nostr Relay as Tor Hidden Service on OpenBSD
15 Feb '24
Let’s set up and run our own “private Twitter” on Nostr, a simple, open
protocol that enables truly censorship-resistant publishing on the web!
- Lemon v2
8 Feb '24
After nearly five years of inactivity, I decided to breath in new life
into Lemon: Meet Lemon v2, a complete rewrite in Go!
- A Brief Review of the Star Labs StarBook Mk VI Ryzen Ultrabook
25 Jan '24
As announced back in the update of Q4/2023
, I went ahead
and ordered a Star Labs StarBook Mk VI with an AMD Ryzen processor to finally
replace my previous laptop
and eventually my
. This is a brief review of the device
itself, without going too much into software details.
- Automatically Upgrade SSH Connections to Mosh when Available
7 Sep '23
A quick and dirty trick on how to automatically upgrade SSH connections to
Mosh when available.
- Listen to Audiobooks without the Audible App
21 Jan '23
As someone who’s reading all day long – mainly technical documentation,
code, mails and chat messages – I enjoy the luxury of having someone else
read a book to me very much. That’s why I have always been an avid audiobook
- Get the BBS Scene Vibes back with Neon Modem Overdrive
9 Jan '23
Miss the internet from the 80s? Want to (re-)experience BBS scene vibes but
still participate in today’s conversations? Then Neon Modem Overdrive is for
- xbsapi: An Alternative xBrowserSync API that supports SQLite, PostgreSQL and
22 Dec '22
xbsapi is an alternative xBrowserSync API built in Go, that supports SQLite,
PostgreSQL and MySQL and can easily be deployed as a single binary on Linux,
OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Dragonfly, NetBSD, Windows and even as a Google Cloud
Function and AWS Lambda Function!
- Run Your Own LastPass on Hardened OpenBSD
14 Dec '22
With LastPass having suffered yet another data
– important update
– it’s probably time to take matters into your own hands and run your own
cloud password manager. Let’s do exactly that, on a hardened OpenBSD system!
- Run Your Own Instant Messaging Service on FreeBSD
8 Dec '22
What if you could host your own instant messaging service for you and your
friends, to communicate privately and securely, away from the prying eyes of
big tech? Turns out you can, and it’s actually quite easy to do.