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Update: Server from Ubuntu to Arch

Just an update.  The server migration from Ubuntu to Arch went well. The server is running great, the heat levels are low, can’t really hear the fans running now.  There are slight problems with NFS shares but that’s just a matter of some configuration change.  I’d do it whenever I need it next.
The server has [...]

Linux router as a persistent VPN Client

I couldn’t think of a good title for this post :).
I work from home and I often have to connect to my workplace network.  I work from several different machines from within my home network and hate setting up VPN on each of these machines.
I recently setup a linux server/router at home.  To solve this [...]

DLink DIR 665 as an Access Point

I am in process of setting up my home network.  I just recently got a new computer and wanted to turn my older linux box into a router/firewall/server.  I have a DLink DIR 665 router which I use to connect my notebooks to the home network.
Now that I have a dedicated server with DHCP address assignment, [...]