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  • How to Host File Locally and keep it updated using Crontab
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    How to Host any (.js)-File Locally (and keep it updated using Crontab)

    I’ve received many requests on the WordPress support forums to create plugins to host certain files locally. Besides CAOS and OMGF I recently created a plugin which enables you to easily save a local copy of any external script or style, called HELL or: Host Everything LocaL. But since there are still plenty of scenario’s that aren’t covered by CAOS, OMGF or HELL I figured I’d show you how to host any file locally and keep it updated using cronjobs. More

  • How to create a Reverse Proxy for Plex Media Server
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    How to create a Let’s Encrypt SSL encrypted Reverse Proxy for Plex in OpenMediaVault

    I’ve been messing around for a long time with creating reverse proxy‘s for the applications I use with OpenMediaVault. Creating a Let’s Encrypt SSL encrypted reverse proxy for Plex especially. But in the last few days I finally managed to achieve it. Today I’m going to share with you how to create encrypted Reverse Proxy for Plex in OpenMediaVault 2.x using Let’s Encrypt free SSL-certificates. More

  • Git svn dcommit
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    What to do when ‘git svn dcommit’ Fails on you?

    After I created a new release of OMGF, I ran git svn dcommit┬áto push my local Git commits to the trunk of WordPress’ SVN repository. Needless to say, it failed: a pre-commit hook on the server rejected one of the commits. Git gave up on me and left me behind. git status said I was in the middle of a rebase. Which I didn’t want at all! More

  • Setup a Reverse Proxy with Let's Encrypt SSL
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    How to Setup a Reverse Proxy in OMV with Let’s Encrypt SSL for Sabnzbd, Radarr, Sonarr and Transmission

    In this tutorial I will show you how to setup a Nginx Reverse Proxy in OpenMediaVault for several popular applications: SABnzbd, Radarr, Sonarr and Tranmission. If you want to access your OpenMediaVault NAS from the web (WAN), using a Reverse Proxy is the safest method. You only have to open up one port on your modem/router, instead seperate ports for each application. After following this tutorial Nginx will parse the URI (e.g. https://nas.yourdomain.com/sabnzbd) and forward that request to the corresponding port inside your local network (LAN). More