Pi-hole in a docker container
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A black hole for Internet advertisements
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A system for automatically configuring mutt and isync with a simple interface and safe passwords
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TensorFlow for macOS 11.0+ accelerated using Apple's ML Compute framework.
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A primitive USB patcher for installing macOS Big Sur on unsupported Macs
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Run Windows apps such as Microsoft Office in Linux (Ubuntu/Fedora) and GNOME/KDE as if they were a part of the native OS, including Nautilus integration.
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Personal server configuration with k3s
Managing my personal server in 2020 Summary This document is going to describe how I manage my personal server in 2020. It will talk about Management of secrets with SOPS and a GPG key Automatic management of DNS record Configuration of Debian and installation of Kubernetes k3s Setup Nginx ingress with let’s encrypt for automatic TLS certificate Deployment of postfix + dovecot for deploying an email server Install Nextcloud to get your personal cloud in the sky Putting backup in place Using Wireguard to create a private network and WsTunnel to bypass firewalls Adding a Raspberry Pi to the K3s cluster My goals for this setup are:star:1,241 fork:75
Homemade Pwnbox 🚀 / Rogue AP 📡 based on Raspberry Pi — WiFi Hacking Cheatsheets + MindMap 💡
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Tools to set up a quick macOS VM in QEMU, accelerated by KVM.
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Scripts and samples to support Confluent Platform talks. May be rough around the edges. For automated tutorials and QA'd code, see https://github.com/confluentinc/examples/
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