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Setting up IPv6 using a DHCP client

October 21st, 2016 2 comments

Our ISP (internet service provider) finally started offering IPv6. On the server, I received static configuration. Here, they are using DHCP6 with prefix delegation and it isn’t as straightforward as one would expect.

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How to make RaspberryPi truly read-only, reliable and trouble-free

December 4th, 2014 91 comments

RaspberryPi is a nice, small device which can be used for various automation purposes, internet of things or as an advanced camera. I have been using 5 RPis as a camera with motion detection and post-processing. This application requires high reliability and it was a pretty long journey until all the issues were solved. Here I am writing the most important things I have learned so you don’t need to go through the same stuff again (my cameras were placed on a remote location, making the whole process more complicated).

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A few notes about nginx

July 30th, 2013 No comments

Nginx is a great, fast HTTP server but I often stumbled upon some problems when configuring it. Mainly because the fact that official documentation is not concrete and clear enough.

That’s why I decided to write down some notes and experience I gained during nginx usage. Some of comments mentioned here may become obsolete or may not be true completely, but this is what I used and what worked for me.

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