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

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

Banana Pi – Setup OwnCloud with Nginx and SSL

This requires a LEMP installation, as described here: Nginx, MySQL and PHP This manual is written for an banana Pi, but it should also work for a Raspberry Pi or Beaglebone Black. Step 1: Set up Nginx with SSL These create the directory /etc/ssl/nginx, change to the directory and create a self-signed certificate. mkdir /etc/ssl … weiterlesen

Banana Pi – install Nginx, MySQL and PHP5

Whether you want to run OwnCloud, Baikal or WordPress on the Banana Pi – you will need a web server, MySQL and PHP. I have decided to use Nginx as web server, since it is very resource-friendly compared to Apache. And it is also known for its performance and stability. This combination is known as … weiterlesen

NGinx – URL-Forwarding from a Subfolder to a new Domain

How a url forwarding works with the Apache server, I have described in this article . However, I have now switched to Nginx, a small, sleek, and very high-performance alternative to the flagship Apache – so it better suited for a Raspberry, a Beaglebone or a Cubieboard. But NGinX has no .htaccess-files. Forwardings are there … weiterlesen

Baikal with Nginx and https

If you want to have your calendar- and contact-data synchronized and don’t want to give it away to third parties, it is possible with very simple means to synchronize it at home on your own server. The flagship in this direction is OwnCloud, which also provides CalDAV and CardDAV for synchronization. However, I had always … weiterlesen