I thought after the successful renewal of my certificates here, I’d set up a certbot cron task to run every day that should automagically renew any certificates due to expire within the next 30 days 😉 (more…)
It was time for my SSL certificate renewal, which I blogged about creating here. At the end of that blog, the dry-run had worked fine, so I wasn’t expecting any issues with the renewal. Expectations are not always reality though… (more…)
The first question I’d be asking if I’d read the other Plex 🙁 emby:-) blog is whether emby is actually a good replacement for Plex, or is it just too much of a compromise? Well, ‘out of the box’ so to speak, I’d probably say it wasn’t but it’s not too difficult to add in some of the missing pieces and after a few days configuring and testing I’d say it mostly is.
It doesn’t seem that long since I last blogged about CrashPlan, mainly because it isn’t! I’d mentioned it previously in other blogs but wrote specifically about how I use it here at the end of May. So what’s changed? Quite a lot actually, yet at the same time very little! (more…)
I’ve written a few blogs about this subject too (most recently here), so after several attempts which worked, but were a little messy, I’ve done a bit more research. That’s led me to create a single jail to work as a both a reverse proxy with SSL. I’ll be using all the same tools as before, so NGINX for the reverse-proxy and Certbot to create (and hopefully automatically renew) the LetsEncrypt certificates.