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How to fix Synology OpenVPN server Windows / MacOS – UNKNOWN/UNSUPPORTED OPTIONS

July 19, 2023|Categories: Synology, Tutorial|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Have you been getting the error option_error: sorry, unsupported options present in configuration: UNKNOWN/UNSUPPORTED OPTIONS when connecting a windows machine to a Synology OpenVPN server? This article goes over how to fix this error and get you connected to your Server.

How to Automatically Backup a MySQL or MariaDB Server with MySQLDump

April 11, 2023|Categories: Servers|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Databases like MySQL and MariaDB can get corrupted pretty easily, due to the fact that much of the database is stored in RAM, so a hard crash can leave entire tables completely corrupted. This is something I know first hand from experience. A disk backup or snapshot is not sufficient to backup your database!

How to Install gitea on Synology Using Docker

April 7, 2023|Categories: Synology|Tags: , |0 Comments

Overview: gitea is a very lightweight web git client that you can run on Synology NAS using Docker. This allows you to easily manage your git repositories with a web interface, and using username and password, rather than SSH keys to pull git containers. Using Synology’s built in reverse proxy you can also easily add https:// encryption. Prerequisites: a Synology NAS with [...]

How to install Minio on Synology Docker

April 6, 2023|Categories: Synology|Tags: , , |2 Comments

Overview: Minio allows you to use your Synology NAS as an S3 bucket. In this tutorial we are going to go over how to install Minio on Synology NAS using Docker Step 1: Install Docker / Container Manager We are going to use the Minio Docker container in this tutorial. So you need to install either docker [...]

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