Tag Archives: Raspberry Pi

How to use the UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) in linux

Firewall configuration isn’t always a very easy thing in linux.  I know that I have felt a bit intimidated, in the past.  UFW (uncomplicated firewall) is meant to make it much easier.  UFW is a configuration tool that runs on top of iptables.  In this post, I am hoping to go over how to use it. Continue reading How to use the UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) in linux

Office Upgrades: The Pi Stack

For a while now, I have had 4 Raspberry Pi 3 Model B single board computers sitting around the office.  I had an intention to make a cluster (3 workers and 1 master) out of them but I never got around to it.  Over the winter, I got the idea to set the four of them up as one Samba server, one MariaDB server, one Apache and PHP server, and one NGINX Reverse Proxy server. Continue reading Office Upgrades: The Pi Stack