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

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

Seafile-Server-Upgrade on a Beaglebone / Raspberry

Seafile is an open-source cloud solution and on a BeagleBone or Raspberry a really good alternative to OwnCloud (see the article OwnCloud alternative with Seafile and Baikal ). Seafile is now running on my BeagleBone Black for a few months and I must say that it is working very reliable since now. Meanwhile, around 600 … weiterlesen

Owncloud-Alternative with Seafile und Baikal

Now that I finally had my little server, I wanted to sync all my stuff from a variety of electronic devices: ie the working files on different computers, and also the calendar data and addresses should finally be in sync on all devices. After a quick search I am first came to OwnCloud. A truly … weiterlesen