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Airsonic on FreeNAS

With the popularity of streaming services, I have had a big interest in trying to mobilize my own curated music collection in a similar way. There are a lot of different platforms out there, but…Continue readingAirsonic on FreeNAS

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Energy

WordPress: Redirect All Traffic Except Admin Page

As much as it breaks my heart, it is time to fully migrate everything from mistypedURL.com over to Castello.me. Pointing all the old links from Google searches to their new location can be accomplished with…Continue readingWordPress: Redirect All Traffic Except Admin Page

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FreeNAS: Reverse Proxy, NextCloud, and Joplin

This is a mega-project that has existed as various schemes scrawled in my notebook for quite some time, likely approaching the order of years. I have long wanted to put my storage to use replacing…Continue readingFreeNAS: Reverse Proxy, NextCloud, and Joplin

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Life Long Reads

2πr(aspberry)

Vacations for residents at my stage of training are scheduled almost a year in advance. Among all the different rotations are nestled two consolidated bits of time off to enjoy and do with it as…Continue reading2πr(aspberry)

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Energy

Pi-Hole Setup

My original Raspberry Pi has languished in my computer toolbox for years, waiting to be assigned a purpose. That purpose was found when it became a Pi-hole.Continue readingPi-Hole Setup

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Energy

HTPC Build 2020

I have been building home theater computer setups for quite some time. In the era of streaming services having an HTPC it is not as useful as it once was, and equivalent devices can be…Continue readingHTPC Build 2020

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HTPC: XBMC on Ubuntu Minimal

I wrote this article up a while back, and since then, I’ve switched to OpenELEC, which really is the way to go for an XBMC-only computer setup. However, in case it helps anybody, here’s what…Continue readingHTPC: XBMC on Ubuntu Minimal

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Life Short Reads

If You’ll Permit a Bit of Self-Congratulation…

…I am rather proud of myself. Yesterday I spent a number of hours hacking on the computers comprising our home theater setup. When Rachel came home that night and wanted to watch TV, it “just…Continue readingIf You’ll Permit a Bit of Self-Congratulation…