I had a Nginx webserver that was behind a firewall, at the same time some external developers needed to access the website. I already had an Apache webserver exposed to Internet, so I thought I could just easily set up a reverse-proxy on the Apache server towards the Nginx. My first vhost was like this:

First you need to stop the running 5.5. version: Make a backup of your mariadb datafolder: Then remove the 5.5 version: Download the MariaDB Package Repository Setup Script: curl -LO https://downloads.mariadb.com/MariaDB/mariadb_repo_setup Then make it executable and run it: It will then create a /etc/yum.repos.d/mariadb.repo file with content adjusted for your system. In our system it

I had a MariaDB server running on port 3306. I created a local MariaDB account ‘tommy’ with: CREATE USER ‘tommy’@’localhost’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘somepassword’ and granted all rights with: GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO ‘tommy’@’%’ WITH GRANT OPTION; flush privileges; so that ‘tommy’ should be able to log on to the MariaDB server remotely. But,

If you are interested in more information behind an IP adresse, you can run this command: curl http://ipinfo.io/2a06:981:d00:3c00:3192:9a75:45ce:ef73 which will give a result something like this: {“ip”: “2a06:981:d00:3c00:3192:9a55:45ce:ef73”,“city”: “Sandsli”,“region”: “Vestland”,“country”: “NO”,“loc”: “60.2972,5.2847”,“org”: “AS15659 NextGenTel AS”,“postal”: “5254”,“timezone”: “Europe/Oslo”,“readme”: “https://ipinfo.io/missingauth”} Useful 🙂

I’ve used sometimes YouTube music library to add music to my YouTube videos. Today I found two alternatives where you can make your own music fast and easy: https://www.incredibox.com/demo/v3 and https://intro.novationmusic.com/viral-hiphop So I just start playing, and use a screen recorder software to record the system  sound. Then with Movavi, I can add the video