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boringproxy: a combination of a reverse proxy and a tunnel manager

boringproxy is a combination of a reverse proxy and a tunnel manager.

What that means is if you have a self-hosted web service (Nextcloud, Emby, Jellyfin, etherpad, personal website, etc.) running on a private network (such as behind a NAT at home), boringproxy aims to provide the easiest way to securely (i.e. HTTPS and optional password-protection) expose that server to the internet, so you can access it from anywhere.

Source: boringproxy.io

tmpmail – A temporary email right from your terminal written in POSIX sh

tmpmail is a command line utility written in POSIX sh that allows you to create a temporary email address and receive emails to the temporary email address. It uses 1secmail’s API to receive emails.

Source: tmpmail – A temporary email right from your terminal written in POSIX sh (GitHub)

Identify Songs On Your Linux Desktop Using SongRec, A Shazam Client For Linux

Using the Shazam audio fingerprinting algorithm, SongRec can identify a song from an audio file or using the microphone. It’s written in Rust + Gtk3.

Source: Identify Songs On Your Linux Desktop Using SongRec, A Shazam Client For Linux – Linux Uprising Blog

Boost Up Productivity in Bash – Tips and Tricks

When spending most of your day around bash shell, it is not uncommon to waste time typing the same commands over and over again. This is pretty close to the definition of insanity.

Luckily, bash gives us several ways to avoid repetition and increase productivity.

Today, we will explore the tools we can leverage to optimize what I love to call “shell time”.

Source: Boost Up Productivity in Bash – Tips and Tricks | Linux Journal

Free up Disk Space – Clear Systemd Journal Logs in Ubuntu 20.04

Going to free up Ubuntu system disk space? Try clearing the systemd journal logs, it may free up a few GB of space.
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You can also edit the configuration file to limit the journal log disk usage (100 MB for example).

Source: Free up Disk Space – Clear Systemd Journal Logs in Ubuntu 20.04 | UbuntuHandbook

The Easiest Way to Install OpenVPN Server on Raspberry Pi

OpenVPN is a service to host your own VPN server, without using third-party servers.

A VPN is a secured connection between two networks, for example between your phone and your home.

In this tutorial, I’ll give you a step-by-step method to install it quickly on Raspberry Pi.

Source: The Easiest Way to Install OpenVPN Server on Raspberry Pi – RaspberryTips

Change CPU Governor And Frequencies On Linux With cpupower-gui (New Release)

cpupower-gui is a tool that makes it easy to change the CPU governor as well as the CPU frequency limits on Linux.

Source: Change CPU Governor And Frequencies On Linux With cpupower-gui (New Release) – Linux Uprising Blog

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