WordPress is a powerful blogging system that is highly customizable. It can be turned into a full fledged Content Management System (CMS). This is what I will use WordPress for — to manage and track the contents of my personal website.
Before setting up WordPress on my [...]
One motivation to setup my NAS as a generic Linux server is to host and backup git repositories. Although git is a distributed version control system, it is sometimes useful to have a central server so people can communicate and backup codes from one place. There are two software that make this [...]
The default setting of QNAP NAS is that only the administrator can ssh into the machine. This makes perfect sense for a pure file server. However, if one wants to setup the NAS as a generic Linux server, it is nice to allow other users to ssh into the machine.
There are two articles in [...]
I lost many files on the Andrew File System. Because there was a firmware upgrade for my QNAP NAS, I decided to rebuild it from scratch. I was planning to set it up as a fully functional Linux server so I can manage everything myself. There [...]