Fire Safety Central with Home Assistant

Robert Andresen Home Assistant, Internet of things, Tutorials Leave a Comment

One of the main reasons for getting into more advanced smarthome, was smoke detectors. I was looking for a control panel for smoke detectors that could notify me if anything triggers, and especially if something triggers in my rental apartment. I ended up with Fibaro smoke sensor (FGSD002) and Home Assistant (HA).

Simple Git tutorial

Robert Andresen Programming, Tutorials Leave a Comment

Using default git-commands are easy enough (if you are used to it), but this month I have started up two new projects on a clean computer. Setting up git for the first time is not a big issue, but I always start Googling – so this is a simple “from scratch” guide for starting with git on a clean Windows-computer …

Setting up CS:GO dedicated server with eBot – on Ubuntu 16.04

Robert Andresen PC and apps, Tutorials 40 Comments

This little project took me about 25 hours, because of a lot of debugging and very little documentation for error messages regarding¬†eBot. With this tutorial I will hopefully help someone¬†else (and future me) to do this in 1-2 hours instead ūüôā My setup Ubuntu 16.04 running as a VM in ESXi 6 eBot v3.1 My local IP for the server …

Setting up external hotspot with Ubiquiti (ubnt) and debugging

Robert Andresen Programming, Tutorials 2 Comments

My setup: Webserver: Ubuntu 16.04 with default Apache2, PHP7 and MySQL. The webserver also has a local issued certificate with HTTPS. UniFi Controller: 4.8.18 (Running on a Windows 10 client) Laptop with wireless, running Windows 10, for testing. This article¬†will focus more on debugging than on the setup itself, as there are¬†multiple of howto-guides everywhere on the Internet. My guest …

How to Secure Apache with Let’s Encrypt on CentOS 6

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Install the Let’s Encrypt client $ git clone https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt $ cd letsencrypt I didn’t have git installed, so I just downloaded it from Github and added it under /opt/letsencrypt on the server.   So to the Centos 6 “fix” You’ll need to run the client in Pyhon 2.7. $ yum install centos-release-SCL $ yum install python27 Your python version should …