Synology NAS Apache Guacamole Setup Instructions!

Today we are going to look at how to install Apache Guacamole on a Synology NAS. https://youtu.be/Z2OSFLqruYo Apache Guacamole is a client-less remote desktop gateway that runs in your browser. In summary, you’re able to RDP, VNC, or SSH into devices on your network through a web browser. The tool works very well and allows you to manage all your connections in a centralized location accessible by a web browser. Setting up Apache Guacamole on…

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How to Setup Apache Guacamole on a Raspberry Pi!

Today we are going to look at how to install Apache Guacamole on a Raspberry Pi.https://youtu.be/dmLS5YiPecUApache Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway that runs in your browser. In summary, you’re able to RDP, VNC, or SSH into devices on your network through a web browser. You can also setup Telnet and Kubernetes, but we won't be going over that in this tutorial. The tool works very well and allows you to manage all your…

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Install Docker & Portainer 2.0 on Debian Based Distros!

Today we are going to look at how to install Docker and Portainer 2.0 on Debian based distros.https://youtu.be/8Eyas8SK5TsThis process is very straight forward but we will be using this in future videos, so I wanted to create one tutorial for it that I could reference later. Docker gives users a way to run multiple containers on different source devices (Linux, Windows, etc). These containers are incredibly powerful, lightweight, and easy to manage. For that reason,…

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Nginx Proxy Manager Raspberry Pi Install Instructions!

Today we are going to look at how to how to install Nginx Proxy Manager on a Raspberry Pi!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp7zqjNhTAsIf you’re exposing any services on your network, using a reverse proxy is a great way to increase security and performance. A reverse proxy is a server that sits in front of your web servers and forwards client requests to the web servers. In layman’s terms, you only have to expose one server (using ports 80/443) and…

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How to Install AdGuard Home on a Synology NAS!

Today we are going to look at how to install AdGuard Home on a Synology NAS.https://youtu.be/oVu7wBTsA_gAdGuard Home is a network-wide ad-blocker and a competitor to Pi-hole. I have a few tutorials on how you can setup Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi and Synology NAS, but this tutorial will focus on installing AdGuard Home on a Synology NAS. Synology NAS: AdGuard Home versus Pi-hole The first and logical question will be “which is better?”, as both…

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How to Install Portainer on a Raspberry Pi!

Today we are going to look at how to install Docker and Portainer on a Raspberry Pi.https://youtu.be/YjszoDGsqfoThis process is very simple, but we will be using Portainer in future tutorials to setup different docker containers, so this will be the first thing we are going to look at. The Raspberry Pi 4 is pretty powerful for being as small as it is. Combine that with the fact that there are a ton of great docker…

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How to Setup Pi-hole on a Synology NAS

Today we are going to look at how to setup Pi-hole on a Synology NAS.https://youtu.be/4Z9Mtpc7TakWe will be looking at two different methods that both use Docker to install Pi-hole on a Synology NAS. The first method we are going to look at is “easier” and should be used if you don’t want to SSH into your NAS. This method utilizes the host network interface. The second method requires you to SSH into your Synology NAS…

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How to Self-host the Password Manager Bitwarden on a Synology NAS!

Today we are going to look at how to self-host bitwarden on a Synology NAS!https://youtu.be/MgFfrTzJ1lsBitwarden is a password manager that can be self-hosted if desired. The benefit of self-hosting is that you are in control of your data and don’t need to rely on a third party to manage it. This doesn’t necessarily mean that there is an inherent security risk with using bitwarden’s hosting. We are just looking at an alternate option! 1. Self-host…

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