Home Server with the Banana Pi

After some complications, he is now finally here – the Banana Pi. The Banana Pi is like the Raspberry Pi, an open source single-board computer, but he has a lot more power under the hood. Like the Cubieboard it is equipped with the Allwinner A20 ARM Cortex-A7 Dual-core processor. He also has with 1GB twice … weiterlesen

Bananian Update on SATA

I protracted it for a while but now it was definitely time: the upgrade of bananian to the latest version. I protracted that, because although with ‚bananian-update‘ there is a really nice upgrade script but on the corresponding website is said, that an SATA installation is not supported. I then looked at the update scripts … weiterlesen

Banana Pi – Setup FTP-Server

This time it is completely simple: All you need to do is nothing! The package OpenSSH, which is installed by default in almost all Linux distributions and that is responsible for the fact, that you can log in to your banana via SSH, contains already a SFTP server. SFTP = Secure File Transfer Protocol, that … weiterlesen

Connect to WebDAV with SSL in Windows

After a few more gray hairs and a number of curses I have finally managed to link my cloud via WebDAV over SSL as a network drive in Windows. The main problem was the self-signed certificate. On Windows the certificate needs to be installed and declared to be safe. Finally these steps worked for me. … weiterlesen

Banana Pi – install and setup Postfix

In most cases, it is also advisable to install a Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) on your server to enable him to send mails itself. Why is this useful? The system sends a warning or critical states in an email to the user root. software like WordPress send emails when a problem has occurred If you … weiterlesen

Banana Pi – Seafile with Https, NginX and MySQL

Again, the precondition is a LEMP installation as described in this article: Installation of Nginx, MySQL and PHP Seafile has a its own little web server, but it can not handle the HTTPS protocol. So, to get an encrypted transmission to the cloud, you have to run Seafile behind a „real“ web server – in … weiterlesen