I have armv6l which is raspbery pi 2b+ . I followed this " https://www.wundertech.net/nginx-proxy-manager-raspberry-pi-install-instructions/?unapproved=3409&moderation-hash=8b21d3ab68c499a061f9a1e6ce8788e6 " instruction everything works but in the end my nginx-app-1 is always showing unhealthy...
i did search for solution and all results have to do with static ip or website in another server.The solution i came with was totally creative i didnt got it from anywhere. Hosting a free site with dynamic ip with a domain which hides your ip.
so you make a hostname by noip.com then go to freenom.com and make a domain server then after you have a domain name server and host name server. In freenom there's a redirect option you'll give the url you got from no-ip in the blanked box and wallah DONE.
Why no-ip because there...
So I'm hosting a website from my pi with a dynamic ip and im updating my dynamic ip by noip.com. This website gave me a url or domain when from other network i visit that url its redirecting to my public pi-server IP and exposing my public ip So how can i hide my pi server public ip? Without any...
I see you got a very good point and I agree with you. As I newly installed parrot today I'll try this for months or so then switch to another server based distro please recommend one as you know my conditions
Thats a good guide you recommended I was using realvnc because it was install and go...
Thanks all for your support I really appreciate you putted sometime to fix my problem
As we coundn't figure out what was causing the problem so I made a solution:
I bought a small hdmi to vga dongle and inserted in the hdmi port of the machine and tricked the machine to think that I have a...
So I have a windows laptop and this linux machine I am not a fan of a vm and my laptop isnt that highend So i had this idea i'll set this linux machine as a Headless machine and do vnc to it when i need the linux. I just use linux for ctfs thats why i am trying to stick with pentest distro
# If you change this file, run 'update-grub' afterwards to update
# For full documentation of the options in this file, see:
# info -f grub -n 'Simple configuration'
GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=`lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev/null...