First up a little information on the best modchips for the PS1 and why we do or don’t use them. This is mostly educated guesses upon reading things on the *internet* – of all things… and probably shouldn’t be taken … Read more
It has recently occurred to me that being a full time student (and unemployed) has really stopped me from having any disposable income like I had previously while employed full time. Ahhh, being a student gives you all the “freedoms” … Read more
This one has always been a tricky one for me, trying to remember which Raspberry Pi was running which version of Raspbian / Debian. I guess you’ll have some idea of what you are running depending which command works for … Read more
Part 14 - Testing the Waters
Time to get some content up on your web server. You can either fire up Samba or use terminal to create a new website, etc, etc.
Use notepad, textedit or some other writing pad. … Read more
Part 12 - Hardening Tor
If you have multiple websites you can adjust these. If you are just using /var/www/ adjust accordingly.
sudo mkdir website1
sudo chown -R www-data /var/www/website1/
sudo chgrp -R www-data /var/www/website1/
Part 11 - Configuring HTTPS (SSL)
Generate SSL keys via CAcert.org
Great website for doing this is right here – https://samhobbs.co.uk/2014/04/ssl-certificate-signing-cacert-raspberry-pi-ubuntu-debian
.csr for the certificate signing request (CSR)
.crt for the signed certificate file
.key for the key file
Part 10 - Configuring Tor
Stop the Tor service from running while we tinker.
sudo service tor stop
Remove the default configuration file.
sudo rm /etc/tor/torrc
Fire up Nano and make a new configuration file.
sudo nano /etc/tor/torrc
Enter the … Read more
Part 9 - Configuring Apache
First up, here’s a cool add-on to limit speed and amount of connections of the people visiting your website. Great if you have finite bandwidth on the upstream. It’s specific settings can be found in … Read more
Part 8 - Installing Tor
To get Tor up and running we need to install it with the following.
sudo apt-get install tor -y
And just like that Tor is installed and establishing Tor circuits.
sudo service tor stop
Let’s … Read more