FreeBSD and RedShift – Blue Light Suppression

FreeBSD and Redshift:

Recently, I started using FreeBSD as my daily driver on my ThinkPad T480.  Rather than bore you with installing and initially configuring FreeBSD, I rather focus on the small things that will make your experience much better using FreeBSD on the desktop. Continue reading “FreeBSD and RedShift – Blue Light Suppression”

Ham Radio Desk in my Home Office

Committed to Change my Ham Radio Desk and Operating Environment – Part I:

How often in life do you realize something in your life has to change.  As a amateur radio operator for several years, the accumulation of equipment, cables, and antennas has led to a hodgepodge of untenable solutions to make my ham shack presentable.  It’s not about making it work or having a better station, but now, it’s about making it look presentable as part of my home. Continue reading “Ham Radio Desk in my Home Office”

Rsync from a FreeBSD Server to a FreeBSD Shell Account

Foreword:

Recently, a need to utilize rsync to synchronize  various FreeBSD configuration files to a FreeBSD shell account at our BSD-based hosting services company necessitated this post to document the basic setup and configuration. Continue reading “Rsync from a FreeBSD Server to a FreeBSD Shell Account”

Drush: Command Line Utility for Drupal on FreeBSD

About Drush:

Drush is a command line shell and Unix scripting interface for Drupal installations.  It can update Drupal’s core files, update modules and execute sql queries just to name a few.  It is a must have utility to manage one or many Drupal installations.  This guide will only touch on a few of the many commands.
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Heimdal Kerberos, SASL, and OpenLDAP Integration on FreeBSD – Part III

Part III – SASL Integraton with OpenLDAP

In Part III, OpenLDAP pass thru authentication with a Kerberos Backend using SASL will be demonstrated. Continue reading “Heimdal Kerberos, SASL, and OpenLDAP Integration on FreeBSD – Part III”

Heimdal Kerberos, SASL, and OpenLDAP Integration on FreeBSD – Part II

Part II – Configuring a Master/Slave Kerberos Servers

In Part II, a Master/Slave Kerberos implemenation will be configured together with the necessary tools to replicate/propagate the Heimdal Database from Master to Slave Kerberos Servers. Continue reading “Heimdal Kerberos, SASL, and OpenLDAP Integration on FreeBSD – Part II”

Heimdal Kerberos, SASL, and OpenLDAP Integration on FreeBSD – Part I

Part I – Configuring Kerberos Server and Client

In Part I, configuring a Heimdal Kerberos Server and Client is demonstrated.  Additionally, SSH will be configured to allow single sign on using Kerberos. Continue reading “Heimdal Kerberos, SASL, and OpenLDAP Integration on FreeBSD – Part I”

Password Protecting Apache2.4 Directories with .htaccess

Introduction:

Apache allows directories to be restricted by requiring a user name and password.  In this article, configuring the httpd.conf, creating a .htaccess file, and generating the necessary password file is demonstrated. Continue reading “Password Protecting Apache2.4 Directories with .htaccess”